You're working on a task and you need to find a royalty free image you can legally put on your website, in your email, or utilise in a document or other design, what do you do?
What you shouldn't do is search Google Images and just send through that image. Why? Because it's highly likely the image isn't royalty free which means to use it you'd first need to pay a royalty to the original creator.
Here's what you can do instead...
1. Use Your Favourite Stock Library - if you already have a favourite stock library you get images from keep using this, simply search the library and find the image you want, download it and then attach it to the task like a normal file attachment.
2. Use Our Built In Stock Library Search - to make your life easier we've added a Search Stock Library to our attachment functionality.
Click on Add Attachment(s) -> Find Stock Images
Type in your search keywords and click Search
Browse the images and select all that meet your needs.
You can switch which Stock Library you are searching by simply clicking on a different Stock Library in the selector here
The images you select when ready will be added as an attachment to your Task Request or Reply.