Skitch is getting even better. Soon sharing in Skitch will go through Evernote so that you will be able to take advantage of Evernote's syncing, searching and sharing features—all available with a free Evernote account. To do this, we are making a few very important changes.
Sharing in Skitch will go through the Evernote Service, which means that you will be able to access your Skitch notes on any computer, phone, or tablet you use. As of October 10, 2012, the Skitch.com website will be archived. You will no longer be able to sign into Skitch.com as of that date.
How This Affects You
Your public and secret images will remain accessible and the links to these will not change.
If you have private images, then you will no longer be able to access them after October 10, 2012. You can easily download all of your private images to your computer using the link below. Once downloaded, we recommend adding them to your Evernote account so that they're easy for you to access any time.
Downloading your images:
- Choose either "Download Private Image History" or "Download Image History", then confirm your email address.
- Skitch will collect and compress your image history (this may take a few minutes).
- You will receive an email from the Skitch Team with a link to a zip file once the process completes.
- Click the link and download the file.
- Double click to open it and select which images you want to save in Evernote.
- Drag your image history onto the Evernote app icon, or into any Evernote notebook. If you have any problems with bringing your images into Evernote, please contact our support team.
Your private images will continue to be private in Evernote. You will get all the added benefits of an Evernote account: your images will be searchable, saved, and synced across all the devices where you've installed Evernote.
For more information, please visit our Knowledge Base.
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