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We have demonstrated how to add photos in CRM 2011 using the PowerObjects PowerPhoto PowerPack add-on, but now in CRM 2013, users will be able to add an image field to a CRM entity out of the box! There are still some very compelling reasons to use the PowerPhoto add-on, but we'll get to that at the end. First, let's go over how to add an image in CRM 2013.
To get started:
There are limitations to this feature. You can't place the image anywhere on the form—it's got to be in the upper corner. You can only have one photo per record, and your ability to resize it is limited.
If you want more functionality and control over your photos in CRM 2013, check out PowerPhoto for added image functionality. This enhanced PowerObjects CRM add-on allows more flexibility and more images. For just $1/user/month, PowerPhoto users can:
Once you get used to adding images in CRM 2013, take it a step further and try the PowerPhoto add-on free for 30 days to start customizing your records.