You can make screenshots with native shortcut CMD+SHIFT+4 or using a dedicated button on the top panel. Upload images from file system or drag and drop over the Picpipe Icon. See the video for more aspects.
Organize your visuals.
You don't have to take screenshots each time. It's enough to make this "photo session" once. Using collections, you can easily organize screenshots by flows, topic, version and pretty much everything. But it's not just a regular folder. Watch the video to see some advanced options.
Add a quick note or alt attribute.
After the images have been uploaded, you will see a notification. Press Reply to add a quick note for yourself. Picpipe will add this text as alt text for your HTML and Markdown snippets.
Double-click on the image name to change the filename.
Picpipe renames your images automatically, giving it a name of your folder. Double-click on a title to rename the image. Hit Enter to save or click outside the field to discard changes.
Select one or more to take an action.
Picpipe allows you to perform bulk actions to your images. You can annotate/delete/export as HTML or Markdown. T do this just click on a checkbox next to the image title.
Export images in HTML or Markdown.
Picpipe has many export options: from the simple HTML/Markdown to more complicated and performance optimized responsive images. With responsive images, your pages will load faster, and your readers will enjoy a better experience.
Set default optimization settings.
Change image format (JPG, PNG, GIF, WEBP) and dimensions on the fly. Set up default settings and apply transformations to all images. The operation is 100% safe. You can always change it back, and your images will never get rescaled twice.
Reach out and suggest features!
Picpipe is all about making you more productive by automating repetitive things. Feel not 100% productive? Tell me what would make you happier. How can I improve Picpipe even more?