How to Use Evernote Skitch (Video)

Want to learn how to use Evernote Skitch? If you’re looking for a tool that can help you clarify your communication or help you relay your ideas graphically, Skitch, might be just what you’re looking for. With Skitch, you can annotate images, web pages, PDF documents, etc, with clarifying text, arrows shapes, editing “stickies” and more!

Best viewed in HD, so click the little gear on the bottom/right of the video and select HD.

May want to turn up your volume, too!

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Skitch is a great tool for lots of actions, including:

  • Fast feedback
  • Perfect screenshots
  • Snap your screen, a portion of the screen
  • Image editing
  • Simple sharing

Skitch even works better when you’re signed into Evernote because it lets you sync all your images, documents and annotations so they’re available on all your devices. Since Evernote does Optical Character Recognition (OCR), your annotations will be searchable…even text inside pictures! Besides, Skitch is free and maybe by using pictures and graphics to tell your story you can save a thousand words. And it makes things more, well, simple!  Enjoy!


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  1. how to resize an image that has been clipped from a webpage using clipper from Evernote in a browser and saved as a note, how to resize this from evernote into Skitch then saved back to that note.