Attachments and Images
Files such as PDFs, images, PowerPoints, spreadsheets, or other similar files can be attached to policies in PolicyStat. Once attached, these files will reside at the bottom of the policy for users to click and view.
Additionally, some policies require images to display charts, diagrams, procedures, and other graphics. Images can first be added as attachments to the policy, then inserted at the desired location within the content. Alternatively, if an image is already available online (e.g. - has a web address where it can be viewed over the Internet), it can be inserted within the content.
Why is an image an attachment?
Building a policy on PolicyStat is creating a basic web page. For graphics to appear on a web page, they first need to be stored on an Internet server, just as is true for a PDF, spreadsheet, form, or any other attachment.
The process for attaching files is the same regardless of the file type. Inserting images have an extra step associated with the upload. Watch the video to see the process.
Inserting Images into a Policy
With knowledge of including basic content and attachments, we'll look at adding some structure and readability to the policy with lists.
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