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On Thursday 14th June at 10am BST IG Community will undergo a significant upgrade. We expect there to be intermittent read only access for a number of hours whilst we migrate the current posts and forum data to the new Community. Until then please feel free to browse the current forum.

 

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Initial view is it looks great, much improved. I cannot see how to add images though. Are they no longer uploaded into the platform..?

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