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Editor's review Jet Screenshot
SHARE SCREEN SHOTS ON THE WEB AND EXCHANGE THEM Jet Screenshot offers an incredibly simple way of visually communicating with others. You can use it to graphically show something rather than banging out a chapter using some unclear, wordy explanations. Using Jet Screenshot will make it possible for others to see exactly what you mean simply by showing them the picture rather than having them figure out the kind of message you need to send through a phone conversation or a mail message. A special icon is created by Jet Screenshot in the system tray. You just need to click on it and the screen snap will get uploaded to the internet immediately. Upon uploading the message to the server, its link gets copied automatically on the clipboard and this allows you to send it to whoever you like. The last thing you need to bother yourself about is to have to send the emails with a screen snap attached to the users as this will waste your time as you wait for reply. Directly contact them in a forum or chat and deliver the link which assures you of a reply immediately. This helps you to quickly share the ideas and further facilitate the discussion. Do you need to note something besides a screenshot? Just edit the shot before you send it online by use of the in-built tools of editing availed by Jet Screenshot. Click on the icons of Jet Screenshot and take a screen snap to access many editing tools available including geometric figures, lines and texts for marking your screen shot. Jet Screenshot is designed specifically for office work and it is incredibly useful for someone who communicates online especially designers, programmers, bloggers, QA testers, sales managers and technical assistance specialists.