JotterPad enthusiasts, we have something refreshing coming up for you with the next update!
We have been listening to your feedback and spending time to improve JotterPad and it's features for your use. We are committed to making your writing and creative endeavors as seamless and fruitful as possible. Thus, we are excited to let you in on our latest feature on the app.
Read on to find out what we have in store for you!
Adding images from your gallery
Previously images could be added to Markdown/text files using Unsplash or from URLs.
Now, Pro cloud users can upload images from their own galleries. When added to your documents, your images are uploaded to the cloud and thereafter added to your Markdown or text documents. This makes your images accessible from whichever platform you open your documents from, considered you are connected to the Internet.
You images are secured and can be viewed should you choose to print your documents, or export or publish them. When your images are added and saved in your Markdown files, a random public URL will be generated for your image, making accessing it from anywhere possible. This portability is something we are incredibly excited to share with you, as we hope that it continues to make your JotterPad experience seamless and convenient.
To add on, images of multiple file types can be added to documents. These include jpeg, jpg, png, svg and gif.
Freedom and Accessibility
Having the option of uploading your images from your gallery, together with being able to utilize Unsplash and URLs gives you more freedom and space to spruce up your documents to your liking.
Our cloud-sync feature also continues to serve as a means for you to access your documents and images from anywhere anytime. You can continue to enjoy this accessibility with this latest addition to our set of creative and writing tools.
We are committed to making your experience with JotterPad as convenient and seamless as possible. We hope that this added image feature gives you more space and creative freedom with your writing.