Evernote Use #10- Annotate an Image #50EduEvernote

Over the next few weeks, I will be posting 50 different ways school administrators and educators can use Evernote to be more organized and more effective. I’ll be using #50EduEvernote on Twitter to further this discussion and share ideas. If you’d like, click here to follow me on Twitter.

Evernote Use #10- Annotate an Image

A picture truly is worth a thousand words. Being able to show something is much easier than trying to explain it. Evernote can help you do that.

Once you save an image to Evernote, you can annotate it either by tapping on the image (mobile devices or tablet) or by opening the image in Skitch (Mac or PC). Skitch is an Evernote app that seamlessly syncs with your Evernote account.

Annotate an Image (Evernote for iPad)

Annotate an Image (Evernote for iPad)

Annotated Image (Evernote for iPad)

Annotated Image (Evernote for iPad)

Skitch for Mac

Skitch for Mac

Several times a day I use Evernote and/or Skitch to annotate images I need to share with others. A picture truly is worth a thousand words.

 

 

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