Capture many images
Clarify makes capturing screenshots simple and fast. Use the capture button, keyboard shortcut or status menu (Mac) or toolbar icon (Windows) to quickly capture images.
The Clarify capture tool even has advanced features:
- A countdown timer which is great for capturing menus, drag operations
- A capture region history which lets you quickly capture multiple screenshots that are all the same height and width
- The option to capture a region or a window
- The option to include or remove the mouse cursor in your captures
In addition to capturing new screenshots you can also drag existing photos or images onto your Clarify document to import them.
Each capture becomes a step in your document
Clarify has one important difference that sets it apart from other screen capture applications. When you capture images you aren't just saving individual image files, you are creating a document. Each image you capture becomes a Step in your document. You can reorder, insert or delete steps as you create your communication.
Add annotations and text
All the tools you need to mark up your images are right inside Clarify. Add arrows, boxes, circles, highlights, text boxes and blur out sensitive information. All of your annotations are non-destructive so you can go back and edit them at any time.
Clarify's image editing tools also let you resize, crop, add additional padding, and add picture frames or borders.
Since Clarify is part screen capture tool and part text editor you can add text to each part of your document.
Share your document via Dropbox or Clarify-it.com
When it is time to share your document on the web we make it easy. Share via Dropbox and get a public URL back that you can instantly send to anyone. Or use our free Clarify-it.com service to share your document online. All of the images and HTML are created for you. You just get a URL back that you can share anywhere.
Share as a PDF
You can also share your document as a PDF file. You can configure the PDF sharing button to export a PDF file or to create a new mail message with the PDF attached.
Copy RTF to email or word processing documents
If you just want to include the contents of your document in an email you can copy the document as Rich Text. Rich Text will include both your text and image data. You can easily paste into a new Apple Mail or Microsoft Outlook mail message.
Other ways of exporting images
In addition to the export options listed above you can also:
- Export all images to a folder
- Drag individual images or groups of images to a folder
- Drag images into file upload dialogs, making it very easy to upload images to web services
Great help is one click away
If at anytime you are stuck, great help is only one click away. Visit the Clarify help site to get great, visual tutorials that answer any questions you might have.