snagit with evernote and cloud-save capability

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I use both SnagIt and Evernote. Are there any plans for a future SnagIt which will be able to save directly to Evernote? I'm talking about a one-button-save-to-Evernote. Also, any plans for a SnagIt where all snags would be automatically saved to a SnagIt cloud account? I would like my snags to be available from all machines/locations.
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Doug Stone

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Jason Eagleston, Employee

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Hi Doug,

Here is a link to the Snagit Evernote accessory which allows you to send directly from Snagit to a new note in Evernote: http://www.techsmith.com/snagit-acces.... I hope this helps out.

Thanks,

Jason
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Doug Stone

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Thanks Jason. Any plans for a SnagIt that would automatically save captures to a cloud device? I would like to be able to access my SnagIt captures from any machine. For instance, could I setup SnagIt to save by default to my Google Drive? Then, once images were in my Google Drive, they would be accessible to the SnagIt I ran on, for instance, my Mac.
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thpope

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I would also love to have this.
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Manny Carvalho, Champion

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You can do this now but you have to install the software from the appropriate cloud service. For example, if you have Google Drive installed then it can automatically sync with the cloud drive. So all you have to do is set up a profile to save the file on the Google drive on your machine and it will then sync to the cloud.

Use the Share Profile setting to file and point it to the cloud drive. You can then set it to have it the file named automatically or manually. Once saved it will show up in the cloud shortly.

You can do the same with SkyDrive or Dropbox. Play around with it and you'll be able to make it work.

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