So it seems a lot of questions on the forums appear to have visual elements explained that would be more apparent and more likely to get help if accompanied by an image or video... so here is a tutorial on ways to include either/both in your posts... The most simple way to embed an image is to follow the first response of this thread... https://www.buildbox.com/forum/inde...e-buildbox-forums-a-tutroial.6899/#post-35886 But for those who use dropbox links, or find the upload file doesn't function as expected, the following will help you... Taking a Screenshot If your question has to do with something "In Game", then the easiest way to get a screenshot of your issue is to use the screenshot button at the top of the preview window when testing your game. If your game is fast paced, you could easily make a pause UI with nothing on it... and assign the pause button to a keyboard button... then when the action is paused with your issue on screen... use the screenshot button at the top of the preview window... this will save a screenshot of your game onto your desktop... resize your screenshots so they are easier to see in a browser... for example... the image of the preview window above was resized to 600 tall keeping the aspect ratio and the image of the entire buildbox software was resized to 600 wide keeping the aspect ratio If your issue is in the Buildbox software, on a Mac use Shift-Cmd-4 (pressing space bar will capture entire windows), and on a PC use PrintScreen. Taking a Video Mac The easiest way to record a video on a Mac is to use the Quicktime Application... Go to File and select new screen recording PC Searching Google for "recording video pc free" reveals a plethora of options, including VLC, which you may already have on your pc now, or CamStudio, which is an Open Source screen recorder. Hosting Your Image Media The FREE way to host your media is to use Dropbox. I suggest creating a folder in your dropbox that you never move or mess with and call it "Forum Media" or something obvious. That way, you know not to touch or move something in that folder, as it will break any embedded links in posts that people are either helping you with or learning from. The INEXPENSIVE way (and free for 12 months to start) is to use Amazon S3... but this is often overkill for most forum users when dropbox is free and simple to use. Embedding Your Image Media Copy your link... From your Dropbox folder, at the end of every item is a share box... clicking this will bring up this window... click on create link... the window will turn into this window... click on copy link from your dropbox application folder on your computer, right click on the item and select copy dropbox link Embed your link... Click on the "insert image" button in the rich text editor... You will be prompted with the following window.... note the zero at the end of the Dropbox generated link... Change this zero to a 1... Your image will now show in your post... every image in this post is a Dropbox embed. Embedding your Video Media Click on the "insert video" button in the rich text editor... You will be prompted with the following window... Note the sources you can embed video from. Using the video options above, export your video and host your it on one of the above sites. Copy your link directly into the window, not changing anything, and click Embed. YouTube is the most popular tool for hosting video, and there are many tutorials on how to open a YouTube account... I hope this is helpful in preparing you for sharing your issues and ideas visually on the forum. I look forward to "seeing" them. If I've missed anything, please let me know, I will correct the tutorial.