An answer to the 'How to upload an image to a post?' thread says that in order to do this you'll need the 'Remove New User Restrictions' privilege to do so.

The 'Remove New User Restrictions' page doesn't mention that, though.

So if that's the case, the page should explicitly say so.


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Note you need to be registered member in the site with at least 10 reputation in order to gain the privilege to use this feature.

Actually they have given the privilege of adding images to new users as well as anonymous users.

The privilege wiki has been updated to remove any mention of images in the "remove new user restrictions" privilege.

So they removed this in Remove New User Restrictions page. Unfortunately this answer was not updated.

Know I have updated it.

  • As of the answer there the restriction is still there on Stack Overflow, Server Fault, Ask Ubuntu and Super User. Shouldn't that be mentioned on the wiki page? Apr 15, 2014 at 10:05
  • @SebastianZartner Actually we can post images as anonymous user in stackoverflow. Also I check other sites help page, they have uplifted this restriction.
    – Praveen
    Apr 15, 2014 at 10:14
  • Hmm, then I wonder why in stackoverflow.com/questions/23049829/… hkjhj said that he doesn't have enough reputation to upload an image. Apr 15, 2014 at 11:05

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