How to insert screenshots, charts into comments section
Inserting screenshots and charts
We advocate learning and the sharing of knowledge and information to have as wide impact as possible within our community. This is the reason why we strive to put analysis, answers to questions and other information which we think might benefit our students at large into our blog.
In the same spirit of sharing and learning, we encourage students to use the blog as a means to “pay it forward” by posting their questions, opinions and views in the comments section at the bottom of each blog posting. This will help students who are less vocal or new to technology to not miss out on the learning experience outside of the classroom as well.
One problem student may face is how to post or upload images into their comments.
There are a few ways to do this.
- Using Pinterest.
- Using cloud/online storage such as Dropbox.
- Using other online image or file storages.
Pin charts to Pinterest and insert links
Pinterest is a site which allows you to create and account and upload your images (referred to as pins) which you can categorise into boards. You can also look through other users pins and pin it to your own boards. It is free to use.
Follow TerraSeeds Market Technician Pte Ltd’s board Forex trading, price action, technical analysis on Pinterest.
Using Pinterest in 3 easy steps.
- Go to http://www.pinterest.com and sign up an account.
- Upload your image as a Pin
- Open the image and copy the Link. This will be the link you can paste as part of your comment.
Upload charts to Dropbox and insert links
Dropbox is one of the more popular online/cloud storages available. It is free and can be easily used to sync images and pictures from your various devices. eg: Mobile phone to Computer if both devices are installed with the app or program.
The 3 steps to using DropBox.
- Go to https://www.dropbox.com and sign up an account.
- Upload your image.
- Get the Link to your image. This will be the link you can paste as part of your comment.
Beyond this 2 methods, there are a plethora of other free image storage sites available on the internet which allows you to share images. These can be used as well.