Skitch provides you with all the tools you need to visually communicate ideas, share feedback and collaborate with friends and co-workers. With Skitch on your mobile device, you can focus on what’s important in an image or PDF, mark it up with your thoughts, and pass it on. Use an existing image or capture a new one, then add arrows, add shapes, or write on it with the pen or highlighter tool. Once you have added your ideas, share it with others to move your projects forward faster. Skitch makes it easy to capture and mark up photos and PDFs. You can create Skitch images in one of six ways: The Skitch Camera comes with a Quick Markup feature that automatically adds an arrow and a text field to a photo right after you’ve taken it. This feature is enabled by default, but can easily be disabled from Skitch Settings at anytime. You can use Skitch to mark up any existing photos and images on your device. Skitch creates a copy of any photos in your device, so the originals stay perfectly intact. Skitch makes it easy to mark up webpages and maps you want to remember or share with others. In order for Skitch to display a map of your current location, you’ll need to grant Skitch access to your current location when prompted to do so. If you’ve copied an image to your device Clipboard from another app, such as Safari, you can bring it into Skitch to mark up. Marking up an image is easy. Just tap one of the icons located along the lower right and left sides of the screen to expand and collapse the Markup Toolbar and Style Menu, respectively. Note: When using the Quick Markup Camera feature, tap More Tools at the top of the screen to access this full set of tools. Once you’ve created or opened up an image or PDF in Skitch, tap the Arrow tool (tap the Pan tool to mark up PDFs) to display the Markup tools. Once you’ve added markup, tap the red circle on the left side of the screen to expand the Style Menu. Use the Pen tool to freehand draw with digital ink. Use the Highlighter tool to add a transparent color overlay. Use Stamps to quickly give visual feedback about parts of an image. This is a good way to let others know what aspects of the image you like, dislike, or need more information about. You can add short text notes to stamps as well. Use the Pixelate tool to blur portions of an image you don’t want to share, such as faces or other personal information: In addition to the Markup tools, Evernote provides other ways you can change the general layout of your images. You can access these options by tapping the tools located near the top of the screen. Once you’ve opened a PDF in Skitch, tap the Pan icon to mark it up with Skitch tools. Make it easier for your friends and co-workers to review all your PDF markups by prepending an optional markup Summary page as the first page of the PDF you plan to share. Markup summary: Cropped areas of a PDF that show precisely where on a page each markup appears. This makes it easy for others to quickly review and reference your ideas and comments, without having to search through the entire document. To include a markup summary, select the Share (Send) button at the top of the screen and select Share with Summary from the drop down menu. Tap the Share (Send) icon at the top of the screen for various ways you can share and save your Skitch images and PDFs. Once you’ve shared a few images, Skitch saves your frequently selected sharing and saving options to a list you can access by tapping Frequent from the swipe menu at the bottom of the screen. Twitter or Facebook: Share Skitch images, or links to PDFs (saved to Evernote), with others via social apps. Meeting: Skitch images, or links to PDFs (saved to Evernote), via email to the attendees of a calendar event. You can specify the event and people that your image will be sent to. Note: In order to share Skitch images or links to PDFs, you’ll need to go to your device Settings and authorize Skitch with access to your Calendar, Evernote account, or any of the other apps and accounts you want to share with. Anything you’ve created or marked up in Skitch can be saved to an Evernote notebook. Saving a Skitch image into Evernote allows you to view, organize, edit, and share your Skitch images as notes from within your Evernote account. Once Skitch images are saved to Evernote, they can be viewed and edited from inside the Evernote app. Don’t have an Evernote account? Create one now! Congratulations! You’ve learned all the basics about creating, marking up, sharing, and saving content with Skitch. For more information on advanced features, see Tips & Resources. Take a look at the following resources to find out more things you can do with Skitch and other Evernote products: Source. Here you can find a full bse of Vector Maps of England in Adobe Illustrator.”

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