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:
- Open the Mail app and start composing your new message.
- 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.)
- Hover over your image and click on the down arrow button on the top right of the image, and select Markup.
- You’ll see an editing interface popup with your image at the centre.
- You can now select from tools like draw shapes, add text and magnify a portion of the image.
- When you’ve finished with your editing, hit Done and your image will update to reflect the changes you’ve made.
- Send away!
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