Roundup! - Share multiple captures at once

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Have you ever wanted to capture and share multiple images to Screencast or Word all at once? There should be a way to select captures in Snagit and then share them all at once. Please let us know which sharing destinations you would want this for most...also would you want this for sharing multiple videos and GIFs, too?







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Robert R., Online Community Admin

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Posted 2 months ago

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terryhatmaker

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I would like it to go to Word or Pages for macOS. 

I have not thought about multiple videos or animated GIFs, but that could be very helpful as we move to upgrade our product documentation!

Terry Hatmaker
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Paul

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No interest here.  Never use Sharing.  Sorry!
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JL1

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I would like to send several captures to a same ScreenCast page. Not necessarily a lot of captures, but at least two, such as a Before and an After ones, for example. I am a beta tester for an app, and at times I simply need a quick-and-dirty way of showing a few screen shots together for comparison.
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Rick Stone

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Wouldn't that be a perfect use of the new SnagIt feature to combine images?
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JL1

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Now that you mention it...
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ATMeyer Consultants

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Capturing multiple sequential images in a row to a file or Word document would be helpful for documenting procedures.
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Jeff V. Pulver

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How different is that than the new "Combine Images..." function? After the Combine Images I would then email it or send it to the clipboard and paste it somewhere.
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Robert R., Online Community Admin

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Hi Jeff;

The Combine Images feature takes multiple images, combines them, then outputs a singular image file; this idea differs in that it would take multiple images and save out multiple links/files/outputs. In the event you need to send multiple images to a Word or PowerPoint document, but do not want to combine them to make one image, but also find it tedious to jump back and forth and back and forth from Word/PPT to Snagit every time you need one of your document/project images, the Share Multiple would, hypothetically, allow you to batch-share to a particular location (or maybe even multiple locations at once?).
-Robert
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JL1

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+1
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Jeff V. Pulver

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Hi Robert,

Thank you for the explanation. I see its usefulness now.
~Jeff
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avi

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Word please!
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mnorelli360

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I'd love to send multiple captures to PDF and Word!
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Daniel Foster, Snagit strategy lead

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Question about PDF...do you mean just the captures? Or would you want accompanying text?
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mnorelli360

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My preference would be for everything in the window I'm working on in SnagIt. So capture, text, edits, etc.
Thanks!
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Daniel Foster, Snagit strategy lead

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Gotcha, yeah, so any markup and text annotation along with the images.
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anconley

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I would LOVE to be able to select multiple images, "Copy All", and paste them anywhere- in chats, documents, emails, blah blah. Without having to copy one image at a time. Yeah, I know i can email them but that's the only option. I don't like that. 
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Stacy Mahnke

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I would like this to Word. I use Snagit to create documentation regarding application installs/setups (my entire team does so consider this a vote * 13 people).  It would be wonderful if we could easily take all of the images (including edits/markups, etc) within the last time frame (give us the option to say 1 hour, 2hours, 3 hours) and then have them dump, sequentially, into a Word file.  This way all we have to do is go in and add some descriptions if necessary and our documentation is complete. It would save a LOT of time.
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This would save TONS of work and mouse-clicks.  The current state approach of having to send items one by one is quite painful and cumbersome.  I'd like to be able to send to Word and to PowerPoint (with each image going to a new PowerPoint slide).  As noted above, I'd like to have the image and all of it's associated annotations get shared to the other program.  
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robert

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I desperately want to SAVE multiple captures at once to disk.  I've been told it works via drag and drop from the thumbnail panel, but I can't get it to do it.  If I select 5 thumbs, drag them to an Explorer folder I do get the <+> on the mouse pointer, but when I drop I either get nothing, or randomly get a few of the 5 but not all.  What the heck is going on there?  Been a $ customer since v3 and currently on 2019.

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