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Importing an image

Add images to your canvas to illustrate ideas, add context and capture information. The software supports .jpeg, .jpg and .png files.

Add images from:

  • The Span web client using a certified mobile browser
  • The Span web client using a certified computer browser
  • Span Workspace wall client


You can also add images by copying and pasting them onto your canvas.


Adding an image

On the web

  1. Click Image from the toolbar
  2. Select the image(s) you wish to upload. The image will automatically be added to your tray. The items in your tray are visible only to you. You can also drag and drop the image from the folder directly onto the canvas.

The image edit window will appear.

  1. Add ink to your image in the if you wish
  2. Click the done checkmark when finished

  1. Drag and drop your image onto the canvas to make it visible to all of the canvas participants 

Alternatively, access the dwell menu by right-clicking the canvas in the web client. This action will skip adding the sketch to your tray, and instead place it directly on the canvas.



On the wall

While working on the wall, add images to the canvas by dragging and dropping image files, by copying and pasting them, or by capturing them as a screenshot.

Drag and drop

  1. Tap the applications icon    on the far right of the canvas menu bar to get access to your files and applications
  2. Open your files and drag and drop the image you wish to add onto your canvas


Copying and pasting

  1. Tap the applications icon on the far right of the canvas menu bar to get access to your files and applications
  2. Copy an image from your files, from your Internet browser or from any other application that allows copying and pasting
  3. Press and hold the canvas to bring up the menu and select Paste


Inking on an image

  1. Start editing an image by using one of these three methods:
  • Double-click on the image
  • Click the edit icon from the quick tools menu   
  • Select Edit from the three-dot menu

You can also access the three-dot menu by right-clicking the image on the web, or pressing and holding in the wall software.

  1. Use the ink and eraser to add and edit drawings and notations

Change the color and the weight of your ink using the edit toolbar.
  1. Click the done checkmark when finished



Rotating an image

  1. Start editing an image by using one of these three methods:
  • Double-click on the image
  • Click the edit icon from the quick tools menu   
  • Select Edit from the three-dot menu

  1. Use the rotating arrow to rotate the image
  2. Click Done when finished


Duplicate or delete the image

  1. Duplicate the image by either clicking the duplicate icon    in the quick tools menu or selecting Duplicate from the three-dot menu

From your browser: If the image is in your tray, duplicate will create a duplicate in your tray. If the image is on the canvas, it will create a duplicate directly on the canvas.

 

  1. Select Delete from the three-dot menu to remove the image from your tray or the canvas


Resize an image

Images can be resized on the wall by any of the following methods:

  • Use the same gesture you would use to zoom in and out on an image using a touch screen (for the wall software)
  • Click the increase   or decrease   icons to change the image's size 
  • Click the number between the increase and decrease icons and type in a scale for the image (minimum 100, maximum 400)
  • Drag the resize handle to adjust the image's size




Pin the image to the canvas

  1. Click the pin icon    from the quick tools menu, or select Pin from the three-dot menu to attach the image to the canvas background and prevent it from being moved 
  2. To undo pinning, open the menu again and select Unpin


To convert your images into a template, see Creating your own template.


Last updated: November 18, 2018

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