Quickly Add Images in Gmail, Google Docs, WordPress And other Editors With Picture Paste

Adding images in email messages can be a bit tiring. You have to either upload the image as an attachment or use a Gmail labs feature to add images in the email message body.

Same goes with blogging editors meant for WordPress and Blogger. You have to either use a blogging client like Windows live writer, or use the in built uploader. The first option may not be suitable when you are using other computers to write your blog post. The later option can be time consuming when you have plenty of images to consider. In the worst case, the browser freezes in the middle and you have to start the process all over again.

To solve this, use PicturePaste – a simple desktop app to add images in your emails and blog posts. Following are the steps involved to use this tool:

1. Drag and drop an image which you wish to attach in an email message or a blog post into the PicturePaste program.

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2. Convert the image to a suitable format using the built in conversion options. (JPG or PNG)

3. When the image is ready, drop it in the email compose window and it’s done.

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Similarly, you can attach images into other web based editors such as Google Docs, WordPress and email programs – Gmail, Yahoo and Windows live Hotmail. All the images are uploaded to Amazon S3 and there is nothing to register or configure. Great find – LifeRocks.

Techie Buzz Verdict

Picture Paste is fast, easy to use and does what it says. However it’s not completely free and the trial version allows you to upload only 50 images. I would love to see integration of a short URL feature so that we can quickly share the image on microblogging sites.

Techie Buzz rating: 4/5 (Excellent).

4 thoughts on “Quickly Add Images in Gmail, Google Docs, WordPress And other Editors With Picture Paste”

  1. I'm curious to know whether these images will appear only at one part of the document (the bottom or end part) or any part you wish to insert it to. Will it work if I want an image pasted somewhere in the middle and another image after I've written a few lines of text again?

  2. Thank You Amit Banerjee

    I am happy to announce that your tip was quick and easy to use.
    I have been unable to format my letters or imbed pictures
    into e-mail documents since the Damned Yahoo Mail “upgrade” took much of it away.

    Later ~ Dave \W/

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