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I find the 'Insert Image' feature of E2E confusing. Basically I'd like to see a usability enhancement. Through trial and error, I've found that when uploading a file, you have to wait for the green 'Uploaded' message to appear before you can press the 'Insert' button. If you don't wait, you get a message telling you select a file even though one has been selected. What is going on is that it has not finished uploading yet but there is no status bar or anything telling you it is uploading. All you see in the file name in italics. Some notification that the file is uploading would be nice.
It's a minor thing but thought I'd share my 2 cents.
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We are currently reviewing optimizing both insert file options (rich text editor button & additional area under "Options" outside of the rich text editor). This is great feedback and sheds light on where many errors could be happening (as natural use case when dialogue box pops up is to immediately browse for your file on your machine and not wait for any green messaging) will be sure we add it to our notes to address as we look to improve this and as well for the insert image.
Blake Ethridge, Social Media Community Engagement Manager, Texas Instruments
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