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Text and image

Text & image

Take a picture, write a few lines - and add it to your public screen. That is how easily it can be done, or you can choose to make use of features that are somewhat more advanced and hidden.


Left, right or centered

You select text alignment in the top of the post. If the image is positioned over the text and does not have full width, the image will follow the same alignment as the text.

Text size

Adjust the text size easily with the bar between "A-" and "A+" in the menu. When you adjust the text size, the title- and message-text are both adjusted automatically, making sure they are relative to each other.

Bold, italic and table

In the tool-bar at the top of the post you can find various editing-options, like for instance bold text. Here you can also add a table or make a list.

Emojis :sunglasses:

The most commonly used emojis, are found under the smiley on top. If you want more options, you can find an overview of emojis, and codes for these, here.


Position and crop

If you include an image, you can select for it to be positioned left of the text or above the text. In both cases the title will be displayed above image and text.

In the image-frame you find little arrows to adjust and crop the size of the image. There is also an icon for adjusting the image to be square or full size.

Optional white frame

You can use transparent images (PNG). Default is a white background and frame behind the image. You can adjust this by placing the mouse on top of the area for the image.

Drag-and-drop from the start-page

If you use the browser Chrome: When you are at the Start-page, where you see the list of posts, you can start a new post like this, by just dragging an image you want to publish into the browser. A new post will then be opened, and you can drop your image into its frame.

Paste from clipboard

Images that are in the clipboard, can be pasted in by selecting "paste" (or shortcut ctrl + v). This can be used for images you copy from a webpage or from your own PC - and you can also use it to display a section of a spreadsheet.

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