If your images are not displayed in your emails with YAMM, it is probably because your Gmail draft is broken. Please follow this tutorial to insert correctly images.
Why are my images broken?
Yet Another Mail Merge should correctly send images inserted in your Gmail draft. You can even use a different image for each recipient.
If images aren't correctly displayed in the emails sent (you can send you a test email to try), it means your Gmail draft is partially broken. In that case, best is to create a new draft, and re-insert your image in this new draft.
If you have many images in your draft (or a big image, >500kb), best might to upload your image on an external server (e.g.: On Google Photos), and choose to insert your image by URL in your Gmail draft instead of uploading it directly from your computer.
How to upload properly your images in Gmail?
For small images that are less than 500kb
To make sure that your images are correctly displayed, you need to add your images as 'inline', and not as attachments.
1. Open your Gmail draft, and place the cursor where you want to insert the image
2. Then click on the icon 'Insert Photo' from Gmail editor
3. Go to 'Upload' and make sure that you enabled 'Inline'
4. Drag and drop a photo (or upload) from your computer. This is what it looks like in your Gmail draft:
And that's it! Your image has been properly inserted in your email. You can now send it with YAMM, and it will be correctly displayed:
Note: If you have inserted an image by mistake and would like to delete it, best would be to create a completely new draft. Simply deleting the wrong image is not enough to really remove it from your Gmail draft. If you don't do that, your email size will be much bigger, and YAMM will have difficulty sending your email. Learn more
For big images that are more than 500kb
For bigger images, we recommend to host your pictures outsides, like on Google Photo. Here is the whole process to upload correctly your images.
Step 1. Host your image online
Go to Google Photos and start uploading your photo by clicking on the little cloud:
Once uploaded, you need to get the link of the picture. Simply click on it, then 'Share', and 'Get Link':
Copy the link, open a new window/tab in private with incognito mode (this is very important, otherwise it might not work), and paste the link.
Click on the picture again, right click, and copy the url of the image:
If you open a new tab (always in private mode) and paste the link, you should get the following:
The link that appears above (starting with https://lh3.) is the one you will finally use in your draft.
Step 2. Insert the image in your draft
In your draft, click on 'Insert Photo', make sure that you insert it 'inline' (and not as an attachment):
Go to 'Web Address URL', and paste the previous link:
Finally, click on insert, and that's it!