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Hi Community! I’m Tamim, a Product Manager on the Atlassian Editor team
I know that for many of you, resizing images in Confluence Cloud has historically felt a little limited, not being able resize images easily to a specific size, being forced to resize to grid handles via hard snapping with sizes being locked to guides, and no ability to resize by specific pixel dimensions.
We heard you and felt your pain; and now we (the Media Experience team) have released the ability to drag images to custom sizes or enter a specific pixel size.
As an added bonus, we’ve added relative visual sizing guides to show when images align and/or are the same dimension as other images on the page.
Resize your tables using the drag handle located on the sides of the images. Your image will proportionally grow or shrink based on how much you drag the mouse in and out.
Click the image, enter the size in pixels you want, and hit ‘return’. Simple!
Click on the image that you want to resize, then drag the handle until you see dotted lines that match the image you are trying to match. Release the handle and admire the resized image.
To align a given image with another, drag the handle until you see a dotted line across the page that indicates that both images are vertically or horizontally aligned on the page. Release the handle and your images will now be aligned.
Pages containing legacy images, which are not pixel entry or custom sizes, can be easily transformed to the new image resizing format by simply clicking on the 'Convert to pixels' option while selecting the image. The images that require conversion will be indicated by a yellow dot located in their top-right corner.
This feature is rolling out over the next month so if you don’t see it on Confluence today, you will soon! Please let us know what you think or ask any questions in the comments below - we would ❤️ your feedback and stay tuned for more media improvements coming soon!