Easier UX to add an image in a document / rich text field

I’d like to save a few clicks when I add a hosted, public image in a doc or entity.

For example, we write a lot of schemas using PlantUML.
I edit the schema online using http://www.plantuml.com/plantuml/uml/SyfFKj2rKt3CoKnELR1Io4ZDoSa70000

I get an image URL like http://cdn-0.plantuml.com/plantuml/png/SoWkIImgAStDuNBAJrBGjLDmpCbCJbMmKiX8pSd9vt98pKi1IW80

I’d like to simply paste this URL in the page and get the option to embed the image. Or to type some markdown like


At the moment I have to open the image in another tab, and copy/paste the image. Plus I lose the URL, so I have also to copy/paste the URL as an image caption.

Note : not my need, but some would probably appreciate a similar feature with video URLs such as Coder un bouton avec un effet "after" en HTML et CSS - YouTube

That’s one the last things I miss after the migration from Notion.

Does the image not show up when you paste the url and press return?

It seems that you need to tell Fibery the file type for it to render the url as an image.
If I paste the following:
and press return, it is automatically converted to an inline image.

I don’t know how you get the url from plantuml, but perhaps there is a setting to append .png to the url.
Otherwise, I guess you have to manually type it each time


That’s a good workaround, thanks !