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    Jade Anderson commented  · 

    I'm getting regular feedback from my teammates that they need to do all editing before uploading an image which is time consuming - and I agree. In theory editing an image before uploading sounds OK. However, once the image is uploaded and inserted onto the page the size/shape/colour doesn't aesthetically work with the text or page layout and requires last minute cropping, rotating or re-colouring to look professional. To fix this, we need to edit the source image on our computer, crop, save, re-upload and hope we got the dimensions right. If it's still not quite right, we rinse and repeat until it works. If we could crop/resize/reshape/recolour within a document the time saved would be a game changer for users. This functionality is something we take for granted in applications such as PowerPoint, InDesign or Canva.

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