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Please can you embed the videos into the report rather than just linking to YouTube, and provide at least a bit of a description about the video. Some photos to accompany the video would also be beneficial to people browsing the forum. After all, this is a forum, not a YouTube Directory. Thanks.

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I try, sorry about that 🙂

How do you embed the videos into the report rather than just linking to YouTube? need help please I don't want to do the wrong thing 🙂

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On 9/4/2018 at 11:52 AM, Anna Jacobsen said:

I try, sorry about that 🙂

How do you embed the videos into the report rather than just linking to YouTube? need help please I don't want to do the wrong thing 🙂

 

Hi Anna, I think you literally just copy and paste the youtube link and it does it automatically. It worked for me at least! I will embed the links for this and your other videos. If you could add some text at least it would be appreciated. Thanks

 

 

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