Jing is a time-saving tool that I learned about on Denise Wakeman’s website – and wanted to share, as it’s so useful if using screen prints is a part of your everyday work.
Jing in Action
The screen print on the left depicts today’s post … in process. Just click on it to see an enlarged version.
With Jing, many of the steps involved in using the old “Print Screen” functionality are streamlined – a big time saver right there.
Jing: Free and Easy
Jing is free (there’s also a pro version), easy to set up, and once you have it, it’s always available via an unobtrusive sun symbol that hovers at the edge of your screen.
Here’s a brief video demonstrating how to use Jing to capture images on your screen. You can also use it to create videos!
Jing is a very flexible, practical, and (fun) screen capture tool.
It’s great for sharing images with members of your team, for example, or for capturing items that you want to post on Facebook as images.
There are lots of possibilities!
Just clip something that strikes your fancy … it’s quick and easy with Jing … fun, too!
I am pleased to share this time-saving idea with you, and hope you’ll find it useful in your on-line life.
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