Screenshot is very useful for quick memos, but they clutter up your photo library.
When you find a good tweet or a nice quote, you often take a screenshot. The advantage of taking a screenshot is that you can instantly save the idea.
However, screenshots are often automatically saved in the standard photo library, which can cause problems.
First, it can be frustrating to have screenshots scattered around in your photo library with pictures of your family or your adorable dog.
Second, it is very difficult to find the memo you are looking for among the large number of images in your photo library. There is no point in taking a memo if you can't find it.
Save a screenshots to Ikes directly with meta-information
Ikes is the perfect solution to these screenshot memo problems.
Ikes allows you to capture and save a screenshot directly into Ikes database, with tags, source, and other meta-information. After that delete the image on the screenshot screen so that it is not saved in your photo library.
How to capture a screenshot on your iOS devices?
Follow steps described bellow. After that open Ikes to import the captured image into the app.
How to capture a screenshot on your Macs?
The standard screenshot app in macOS does not provide the ability to share images. Therefore, a little ingenuity is required.
- Press Shift-Command-5 (or use Launchpad) to open Screenshot and display the tools.
- Click "Options" and select "Preview" in "Save to" section.
- Click "Capture" and then a new Preview window opens.
- Click the share icon and select Ikes to share the image.
- After the image shared, close the window without saving it.
- Open Ikes app and check the image is imported properly.
For more information on Screenshot app of macOS, visit here.