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Tagging an Image with ThingLink

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Last modification by AuntyTech
December 9, 2011, 6:25 pm → version: 2
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tildee tutorial imageFind an image to which you would like to add content. You can add a YouTube or Vimeo video, audio from SoundCloud, links to websites, images from Flickr, products from Amazon, articles in Wikipedia, and/or text. (Note: Your image should be your own or one that is copyright free.)


tildee tutorial imageGo to Click on upload image.


tildee tutorial imageYou can add an image from your computer by locating it with "choose picture" or dragging the image to the upload box.


tildee tutorial imageYou'll need to create an account with your email address or you can log in with your Facebook account. (If you have an account, you can just log in.)


tildee tutorial imageClick on edit tags.


tildee tutorial imageYou'll see a smaller version of your image pop up. The + indicates where you want your tag to appear.


tildee tutorial imageClick to create your tag and add the text, information, link, sound--whatever you want to appear when that tag is clicked.


Repeat with as many tags as you'd like.


Don't add too many tags....just enough to accomplish your objective.


When you're done adding and editing tags, click on "done."


tildee tutorial imageNow you should see your image with tags.


tildee tutorial imageLook closely at the upper left hand part of your image. You'll see 4 icons. The top one tells you this image has been "ThingLinked." The second, the pencil, allows you to edit your image. The third lets you share your image on Twitter, Facebook or by email.


tildee tutorial imageThe fourth gives you the embed code you'll need to put the image in your blog (or wiki).


tildee tutorial imageCopy that embed code and add to your blog post in the html mode. (If you add it to a wiki, use a widget.)


View the image in your blog!
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