You can insert images into Google Sheets cells using the Insert > Image menu
, the IMAGE formula
, the Dynamic Image Lookup Functionality
, or the Cellmage Builder API in App Scripts.
You can also copy an image from your desktop or the web and paste it directly into your document, presentation, or spreadsheet.
The image will automatically resize to fit inside the cell.
Sparklines are mini charts ideal for saving space, using just a single cell to display them.
Google Sheets makes it easy to insert images into cells, with two methods available: the Google Sheets Image in Cell option, which allows users to upload an image file, take a snapshot, use a URL, or search for the image. The IMAGE formula can be used to add an image to a cell, and the Dynamic Image Lookup Functionality can be used to add images to Google Sheets. The Cellmage Builder API in App Scripts allows users to add images to their spreadsheets with the Cellmage Builder API.
5 Simple Ways to Insert Google Sheets Images
Google Sheets allows users to insert an image directly into a cell in order to improve the visual impact of their spreadsheet. To insert an image, users can click Insert in the menu, select Image in cell, move an existing image into a cell, or add one on top of multiple cells. Sparklines are mini charts ideal for saving space, using just a single cell to display them.
How to Insert an Image Into a Cell in Google Sheets