On Mac, add the markup tag for images by typing (img). Alternatively, you can select the tag from the Markup menu.
Then, you’ll be prompted with a panel that lets you browse your local hard drive for an image on your Mac, or enter a URL, for an image that is stored online.
On iPhone or iPad, tap the A| markup button (1), select the (img) tag (2) and tap “Add Image...”. Now you can select an existing image from your photo library or from the Files app (3). Alternatively, you can enter the URL or take a photo.
For an image placed in a separate paragraph, a preview thumbnail will be displayed in the editor. If you've provided an URL, the image will be downloaded automatically (and updated, as the case may be).
Inline images will be indicated with an IMG tag. You can click or tap both the preview and the tag to display the image in full size.
Do you prefer a larger image preview? Do you find that colorful images disturb your focus? You can customize the preview settings, too.
On iPhone or iPad, open the editor menu via the circled ellipsis icon top right, choose “Editor Settings” (1) and select “View Options” (2). Now, you can customize your image previews as you like (3).
In the image popover, you can enter a caption that will be shown below the image when you export your text. The caption will also appear in the lower-left corner of the image preview.
When you click/tap the little + sign at the bottom of the popover, you can add more image settings:
On iPad, open the dashboard, tap the paperclip icon, tap “Add…”, and select “Image…”. Now you can add an existing image from your photo library or the Files app, or you can take a photo with the camera.