Using Photo Markup to Annotate Photos (Web App)

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What is Photo Markup?

Use Photo Markup to identify areas of interest and annotate directly on photos inside of Encircle, making it convenient to highlight damage caused by water, fire, and other incidents. This feature is also ideal for showing pre-existing damage and providing a comprehensive record of the property's condition.

You can markup all types of photos within Encircle, including general note photos, room overview photos, room note photos, content items, and even floor plans. This means that no matter what aspect of the property you are documenting, you can easily highlight areas of interest with just a few clicks.

How to Markup a Photo

To mark up your photos, follow the steps in this video or the instructions below:

 

  1. Click to open the photo you wish to mark up.
  2. Click Markup. 1-2.png
  3. Use the tools on the left menu to make your changes.

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Markup Tools

There are 10 different tools available in Markup:

  • Move: Easily reposition annotations to ensure precise placement.
  • Crop & Rotate: Adjust the size and orientation of your photos.
  • Freehand Draw: Draw custom shapes or highlight specific areas.
  • Arrow: Point directly to areas of interest.
  • Line: Draw straight lines to emphasize specific features or damage patterns.
  • Path: Outline a specific area or trace the flow of water damage.
  • Text: Add text annotations to provide additional context or descriptions.
  • Rectangle: Draw rectangles around areas of interest.
  • Circle: Draw circles around areas of interest.
  • Blur: Obscure sensitive or personal information in a photo.

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