Better Stamp Searching/Browsing

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(This idea is something we’ve heard from customers over time from several of our sources of feedback. We’re posting it here to gauge how well this fits our users’ needs. So please let us know what you think.)

Right now it can be pretty hard to find the right stamp to fit my need. I'll often spend way too much time browsing between folders. And the top level folders are often empty placeholders.

I'd really like to search or have a better mechanism for browsing the existing stamps.
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Chris Larson, Snagit Technical Product Manager

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Daniel Foster, Snagit strategy lead

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Official Response
Hi all - Snagit now ships with close to 2,000 stamp graphics with more available for download from our website. We heard you loud and clear: finding just the stamp you need has been too dang hard!

New in Snagit 2019 is the ability to type a search term or two and find the stamp you need, pronto. It even works with basic color names!

All the stamps that ship with Snagit 2019 and that are currently available for download on the TechSmith website are now searchable. If you downloaded stamps from our site prior to October 23, 2018, you’ll want to re-download them to make them searchable.

Pro tip: if you use a certain stamp often, there’s no need to search for it every time! Click the star icon to add it to your new Favorite tool and keep it handy.

(oooh, that's meta)

On Mac, you can also right-click or CTRL-click a stamp to add your own search terms to a custom stamp you create (or edit the search terms on any stamp). That functionality is not currently available on Windows.

Thanks to all who voted for this idea in our community feature request round-up. Let us know how you're using stamps to communicate more quickly and clearly! And if you have feedback on the search terms, let us know; we expect to refine the keywords over time.

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