Sharing Screenshots With Droplr

Screenshots are super for sharing your work, ideas, and inspiration. They’re a great way to collaborate with teammates, to swap design iterations and mockups. But screenshots can be cumbersome. On a Mac, here’s how it works:

  1. Command-Shift-4 to select a screenshot.
  2. The screenshot is saved to your desktop.
  3. Drag the screenshot into a chat or email window.

Do that 50 times a day and your desktop will be an absolute disaster. And you’ll have wasted a ton of time dragging, dropping, and organizing it all.

With Droplr, you can share screenshots quickly and easy while keeping your desktop squeaky clean. Here’s how it works:

Hit Option-Shift-4 (or right click on the Droplr icon in your menu bar and select Capture Screenshot) and select your screenshot.


Droplr automatically uploads your screenshot to your account and copies a link to your clipboard. Paste the link in a chat window, email, forum, Facebook or wherever to share.

You can also mark up your screenshot before you share it. Hit Option-Control-Shift-4 (or right click on the Droplr icon and select Capture & Draw Screenshot). Your screenshot will pop up in a Droplr window with drawing and text tools. Mark up your screenshot and hit the Upload button. Your marked-up screenshot will be automatically uploaded to your Droplr account and a link to it will be copied to your clipboard. Share away.


Best of all, you’ll be able to sort and search all your screenshots online in your Droplr dashboard:


With Droplr, screenshots can become an efficient part of your daily workflow.

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