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  1. 1. Start from a image

    First, Quick Markup needs a image

    • You can select one from your computer
    • Using Quick Markup extensions, you can capture interesting stuff you see on the web.

  2. 2. Crop

    The Crop tool allows you to select an area of the image and discard everything outside this area.

  3. 3. Smudge

    The Smudge tool is used to hide your sensitive information.

  4. 4. Point

    The simplest way to point out a small area.

  5. 5. Text

    The simplest way to input information. Support multi-line, just press "Enter" key when typing.

  6. 6. Shape

    Used to point out a specific area, the rectangle and oval are available.

  7. 7. Arrow

    That's all we know.

  8. 8. Curve

    • The Pencil tool is used to draw free hand lines with a hard edge.
    • The Pen tool is used to draw smooth path.

  9. 9. Every single node can have sub nodes

    Select a node

    • Press "Tab" or "Insert" to insert sub nodes
    • Press "Enter" to insert sibling nodes

  10. 10. Finally, don't forget to save or share

    Click "Save & Share" tab on the top, then click "Save" button. So your image and annotations are saved on Quick Markup server. You can re-edit them later.

Like what you see? Try it now. Still not clear, don't hesitate to contact me.