Sharing Screenshots for Pros

droplrI caved. I bought an annual subscription to Droplr for my graphic design business, Forward Design. If you constantly share files, especially screenshots, you should check it out. Here’s why I went for it:

1. I wanted a window to pop up immediately with my screenshot that would allow me to annotate that shot for clients. I wanted a service that would automatically copy a link to my clipboard for me to send a file.

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2. I wanted keyboard shortcut ease.

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3. I wanted branding. I want someone who clicks on a screenshot I send to see my design business logo (if the shot is too small, look in the upper left hand corner). And I wanted the URL to be my domain (drops.forwarddesigner.net).

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4. I wanted easy access to all the files and screenshots I’d sent to people.

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5. I wanted no limits on storage and huge limits (2GB) on file size. I also like the fast uploads and the little menu bar icon which tells me how

I got it all. With Droplr.

Author: Mark Ward

PhD in NT; theological writer for Faithlife; former high school Bible textbook author for BJU Press; husband; father; ultimate frisbee player; member of the body of Christ.

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