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A bit more things to add, from the doc Robert provide Adding an organization assets library will enable a content delivery network (CDN) for your organization to provide fast and reliable performance for shared assets. You'll be prompted to enable CDN for each organization asset library you add. Vanity domains are currently not supported. Adding ...


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Organization assets library is a new feature for SharePoint Online that is just now rolling out. It solves exactly your problem: https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/sharepoint/organization-assets-library


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Per my test, I can drag the image in the page even though Image renditions option is used on this image. You can narrow down your issue as following: What’s the browser you used to open SharePoint pages? Try to cleat browser cache and switch to another browser to check again. What’s the kind of page you used? Try to create a new blank page and check again....


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Your json format is fine, you need set the field value point to a image. For example: Set Picture URL as image relative url. /sites/lee/siteassets/panda.jpg or https://d2ouvy59p0dg6k.cloudfront.net/img/web_105346_358521.jpg


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SharePoint 2013/Online does not recognize .webp as an image file. As a result, none of the out-of-thebox image-related SharePoint features will work. This includes: image webparts, image rendition Image sliders Image size (width/height) population in the Assets library, etc. At the same time SharePoint will still serve .webp files as any other file that ...


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I think there is currently no such direct functionality to save image as a file in SharePoint from PowerApps. But there is a workaround for the same to achieve this: Create button trigger flow which will convert your base64 image text to file, store it in library and set it's URL in your desired list item in SharePoint list. After completion and checking ...


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You can modify the add, edit or listing page to insert an image tag like below: <img src="data:image/png;base64, ***Base64String***" alt="Image from Base64" />


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