Embed Content in Articles
Images, diagrams, photos, and other visual content help to enrich the content in your knowledge base. You can also embed content from external sources directly into your articles.
Drag and Drop
You can embed an image file directly into the body of an article with little effort. Just drag the file from your local directory and drop it into the content editor.
The image is displayed along with the article text. The image file is attached to the article.
You can drag and attach files one by one or select and drag multiple files.
The Upload option lets you search for files in your local directory and insert them into the article content.
This option lets you reference content that is hosted outside of YouTrack. For example, a YouTube video.
You can display an image from an external website without attaching it to the article. In this case, just embed the URL for the image file. You can also use this option to embed other content that is hosted outside of YouTrack, including Google Workspace and YouTube.
When you use the Embed Link option in the editing toolbar, YouTrack automatically wraps the link in special characters that flag external content in Markdown syntax. Links to videos hosted on YouTube should embed the file automatically, but content from Google Workspace Apps will need to be published to the web. To learn more about embedding content from these sources, see YouTube Video and Embedded Content from Google Apps.
You can insert an inline reference to an image that is already attached to the article. The image is embedded into the article content where the reference is placed.
You can embed a list of issues that match specific search criteria. The list is updated to show issues that match this search criteria every time you open or refresh the page.
To embed a list of issues in an article:
Open the Issues list and define a search query that displays the list of issues that you want to embed in the article.
Copy the URL in the address bar of your web browser.
Paste the URL into the article.
YouTrack parses the URL and reformats it to show the original query parameters. The URL itself is set as a link that opens the query in the Issues list.
A list of issues that match the search criteria is embedded into the article.