Yosemite Mac tip of the month: Edit/annotate images in Mail prior to sending on Mac

Last month, we looked at how to add your own personal signatures to emails using the trackpad of your Mac and your finger. This month, we thought we’d stick along a similar theme. We’ve been looking at how to edit and annotate images in Mail before you send.

Here’s how to edit and annotate images in Mail:

  1. Open the Mail app and start composing your new message.
  2. Click on the paperclip icon to select your image and attach it to your message. (Alternatively, you can drag and drop your image into the message.)
  3. Hover over your image and click on the down arrow button on the top right of the image, and select Markup.
  4. You’ll see an editing interface popup with your image at the centre.
  5. You can now select from tools like draw shapes, add text and magnify a portion of the image.
  6. When you’ve finished with your editing, hit Done and your image will update to reflect the changes you’ve made.
  7. Send away!

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