MarkUp Hero Webinar & Transcription

[00:00:01.070] – Lindsay (AppSumo)
What’s going on, Sumolings, thank you so much for joining us for another product walk through webinar. I am Lindsay and today I’m joined by the team over at Mark-Up Hero. Mark-Up. Hero is a daily use, screenshot and annotation tool that gives you everything you need to communicate your message on images, PDF and more. It is on AppSumo starting at thirty nine dollars for a lifetime deal and it currently has a whole lot of reviews. There are one hundred and eight reviews.

It is a five taco rating that is stellar for a deal that just came out in our store. So kudos to you all. Before we dive into the tool and give you all a walk through, I just want to tell you a few quick things. The first is that if you want to tell us a little bit about your use case, why you’re interested in Mark-Up hero, you can go ahead and do that over in the chat room. We love to hear from you over there.

If you have any questions about the tool, the deal, how to get set up, you can go ahead and throw those questions in the Q&A box. Down below this video, we will circle back to questions at the end of the walk through for those of you who are watching the replay. But we also have Nicolelis here on standby to answer the questions as they come in. And last thing is that there will be, like I mentioned, a replay of this available.

So if you need to step out or if you just want to watch this again later, it’ll be available a little bit later today. All right. That’s enough with me. Hey, Jeff, how are you doing?

[00:01:23.450] – Jeff (MarkUp Hero)
Good morning. I’m doing well. Thank you.

[00:01:26.060] – Lindsay (AppSumo)
Good morning. It is good to have you. I’m going to go ahead and shut off my screen and such and you can take it away from the lecture. All right.

[00:01:34.850] – Jeff (MarkUp Hero)
Cool. What’s up? Sumolings good. Well, I don’t see all of you. It’s a little bit different than a typical zoom, but I. I’m assuming some of you are there, so I’ll I’ll do a walk through here in a sec, which is kind of quickly you why we built this market with something that we were trying to solve for ourselves. We have used a lot of the screenshot annotation tools out there and just felt like there was some work to be done.

And so that’s why we we started focusing on getting into the space. But let’s take a look at the product. All right. So if I share a screen, Lindsay, that’s what I’m supposed to do here. Yennora, I’m here. You can see my browser here. Yep. Looks great. OK, cool.

All right. So the as I said, Mark-Up here is a screenshot annotation tool and there’s a couple of ways to get. Files into the product, so, of course, you can take screenshots, which I’m going to show you, but also because it’s a web interface is a lot you can do on the website itself. So the first thing that I’m going to show you is uploading a image. So if I just take them to my computer and I drag it into, I can drag it in, I can paste it in, can click the button several ways to get it in.

So here’s here’s an image that I put in. I could have taken the screenshot, too. And then you have sort of typical annotation tools. I can draw arrows, I can set line thickness, can move my area around from the pivot points. Obviously we have text one cool feature is we default to background in text, but you can toggle between highlighted text that can change the color in terms of size. You can also change the size consistently.

So if I want to follow a consistent size and structure, which I like to do because I’m very attentive, I can rotate the text, of course, to a lot of tools there and we have a straight line tool. I can draw a straight line and I’ll get into some more of the tools, but I’m going to jump around a little bit. But you can see there’s a fox arrow blur highlight and colors, line tool and some other cities up here.

So that’s some basics on the annotation. What one cool feature that I like to use a lot is inserting an image. So sometimes I’m working on it on a markup like this. And I want to add another image on top of that so I can click the upload image button, which is one option, or again, I can just take them to my computer and just paste it right in. So that was a command beam that got that in.

And I have now control of this image on top and I can rotate because it looks like the screen is maybe frozen, really, but I’m not sure we’re trying to figure that out.

Can you see me moving this around my screen right now?

Now, you yourself are frozen, but your screen is frozen ever since you just toggle the text. So my. Oh, what?

Yeah, it looks like the text here popped up, but that no changes happened after. OK, well, I have very good Internet, so let’s try and share again, sometimes things happen with the stranger.

It’s probably not you at all. OK, well, tell me quickly if something causes if it looks like my talking doesn’t align with my what you see or is it living again? It’s saying it has started.

It hasn’t shown us that this creature. It has not since Richard says, I’m sure, in-transit on it now, now?

No, not yet.

But it’s definitely a problem, not you. But it’s weird because I don’t really have zoom problems very often. Of course, the day we do the webinar, we do. So you don’t you’re not seeing any of this movement on my screen. It’s no, we’re not seeing your screen.

You see that little arrow?

Well, Nicholas, you have to take over if you can’t see my screen, guys, that would be to us it would be a bummer. Yeah, I’ll stop. Let me stop this one more time. One more time. That’s right, desktop. Does this have to be over there now? Yet sometimes it takes a second to pop up. And. I was on a roll, too, now. I’m sorry. Yeah. Well, I don’t know, I mean, I’m connected to.

Hard line into that popped up, it looks like things are different than what they were before. Oh, it’s moving.

Oh my God, we’re into the 21st century. All right. We did it. Amazing. OK, so I lost you. Hello. I’m guessing here. So the text. Is that right, Nicholas? Yes, that’s correct. OK, so go back to that thing. So the text tool, I can rotate, I can size, I can change the font size and I have I can toggle between highlighted or not highlighted. And then you didn’t see me do this, but I was able to paste in an image and I can either do that by clicking the upload button and uploading, or in my case what I did is I just copied from my desktop or my my file browser.

You can also, which is pretty cool. You can go to a website and actually copy an image to. So if I go into, you know, once and I grab an image, I can just copy it from here, which makes things really quite fast and I can just pasted in like that as well, which is really useful. I’m like jumping around a lot, trying to get images into my document. So that’s on image upload. I’ll come back to some more of the tools in the second, but I want to show a few more things in terms of sharing this file so we have a few different options.

You can obviously download the image and it’ll download the marked up image. You can export it to PDF, which I’ll do a little bit later on to get into PDF stuff. I like up that you can just copy to Flipboard. So if I copy it, it’s going to copy the entire canvas and you’ll see if I go into like. I’m a lot of and I just paced it’s going to pace the actual image, right, right in. But I can also copy the shared link, which I can share with with anyone.

But I can also paste the share into CELAC or SMS or Facebook and. There is and it allowed a preview of that image, and I can then that person can then link back to the actual actual image and the share link is generated always. You don’t have to press a button to get the year and want to show you the screenshots. It’s also generated instantly. So let me make New Mark-Up and I’m going to show you that we also have PDF capability.

So if I take a PDF and upload it the same way I did, I’m going to have the same basic functionality. But you’ll notice this PDF, which is from the direct marketing firm somewhere, this PDF had two pages. So it actually creates individual pages here on the right hand side to handle each one of those. And you can toggle through the navigation or on the bottom there. And again, I’m going to get basically the same exact tools.

So I have my pen tool. I can change my colors. Same functionality as I had on the images, and of course, I have a highlighter so I can highlight content that didn’t show the box in the last case, but we have a box. You can again toggle the background, this little button. A lot of people seem to miss this. It’s kind of to to negotiate things like this. I think it’s pretty cool. But if you don’t see it, it’s down.

You can toggle in oval. And then we also have a blurred tool the way that we did our Blu tool. You can see it’s loading there. It has it applied button. So until it’s applied, you can get rid of it. But for security, we actually are embedding that blur into the image. So if I return, this is going to be permanently blurred. So I’m not going to be able to move that. It’s kind of there forever.

So if you if you make a mistake, you’re going to have to re upload an image to get that back. But which leads me to one of the big features of Mark Aperio, which is that it’s always editable. So now I’m working on this PDAF. If I actually go back and click on that one that I had previously created, I’m able to still edit this right. Even if I shared it with someone and it’s still editable. And you can see jumping down to this Mark-Up screen, I have a history of all my markups that I’ve ever done here, and I can organize these by tags.

So I have various tags that I use. So if I have marketing screenshots, I can make tags for them and I can filter or sort by different types of markup. So I have markups that I’ve starred. I have markups that were screenshots, ones that were images, PBX and so forth. I can also see what was shared with me. So these are markups that were actually shared with me. So I have a history of all that. And when I get into sharing, I’ll sharana in an Incognito browser.

You can see how that works. So the tags, if I’m working on tags, go back to all go back to that screenshot that I was just working on. So down here is where I can add tags. Market images and by the way, I showed you that you can upload a PDF with multiple pages, we can actually do the same thing from an existing markup. So I can add a page and again, insert an image and I can click to browse when you really do that.

But it’s I find it much faster just to paste in some of the images and it again creates a second page. How are we doing on time losing? You’re doing great. OK, so you can see we just keep adding pages here, and so if you’re doing mark up, that has multiple pieces to it. It’s really nice to use the pages quite frequently. And even in the PDF scenario, you could upload a PDF with over one hundred pages.

It’s really just limited on file size, I think are limited to 50 megabytes at the moment. So the paging page is very cool. Also, while I’m down here, I’ll be sure you can set a link to be public or private. So if it’s public, it means that anyone who has that link can see it. If it’s private, only I can I can edit it and I can start my markups from here as well, which show up on my my history page or the my markups page.

So that’s a little bit about uploading and getting images into the system. I’m going to show you the screenshot, which is the other way. So there’s a desktop app you can see on my screen here. It’s very basic, very simple. It’s a very quick way to get screenshots. So I actually press command one. I can. Take a screenshot and it’ll just open right in tab. And now, as I said before, it instantly copy that share.

So if I open a Incognito browser, the links are already there and my clipboard. So I didn’t have to do any step to upload it so that you can see comparing these two screens on the left is the screenshot that I took. This was my workflow for the webinar, which I’m not exactly following, so I apologize for that. But to get into everything and on the right is someone that I share the link with. So this is me not logged in is the same user.

So in this case, I have a few other options. First of all, I can’t do any of the annotations because they’re locked down, because this this is not my file. So if I let’s go back to Mark-Up. I have some stuff on and share that one. So if I share this guy. You’ll see that in my case on the left, where it’s me, the owner of the Mark-Up, I’m able to do my imitations on the right side.

It’s someone I shared it to. They cannot. Right. But in some cases, you want them to be able to do some edits. So we have a feature called Duplicate, which allows that person to duplicate the image. And now they do have access. It’s a complete copy. So whatever changes I make over here is the viewer. I’m not going to see those changes reflected on my screen over here. They’re going to they’re two different markups, but it allows you to create incentives so that other people can do some imitation.

So that’s an interesting, cool feature that we have that’s used quite, quite a bit as we get more you’ll see on our roadmap later, as we get more collaborative features, we’ll probably have some things where users can annotate on shared links. But probably the first thing will be the commenting to add where you can add comments on a markup that you don’t own, probably the first collaborative piece that’s coming down the pipeline. So that’s sort of how the sharing works.

And when I get into the teams and custom domain, you’ll see that the share is a little bit simpler and less busy and you don’t get all those functions. So if you get the Ximo to code or three code deal, you’ll get access to custom domain. And in that case, I’ll show you what that looks like in section second.

So you can see now I’ve done the screenshot method. I’ll take I’ll take one more screen just for fun. So if I come down here and get a cool picture like this little baby ship one, take it again. It’s adding it to my personal account because that’s who I’m logged in and says browser. And there’s the screenshot that I just took and I can add my annotations as needed right here. OK, so let’s see what else am I going to show you?

We talked about the history and the tags. One thing to note on the road map, one of the pieces we’re working on right now is what are called collections. So this is something that’s in the pipe, that’s in development. And you can see on our road map, which is on our listing page, what’s coming down. But the collections piece will include also titles. So right now, we can you can’t title the markup. You could just add tags that in titles will let you search for those those markups.

And so that’ll be one piece in the collections will allow you to share those collections with people in your team or outside of your team so that it’s all a bunch of markups in one one spot. OK, a couple of things on Integration’s. I know ceilings are always part of that integration, so it’s a couple of cool ones. So if I go into Google Drive, I’m in this folder here, I’ve got a PDF, a JPEG and an actual Google document.

So I’ve installed the markup hero, Google Drive integration. And you’ll see I have this option to markup annotate files. So this works on any any file that’s in Google Drive image PDF, Google Docs, Google Sheet and Google Slide. So if I click on the Google doc and I choose markup here, it’s going to load that markup into. The camp is just like it did when I took a screenshot or when I uploaded an image. And there it is, this one’s a little bit bigger, a couple of things on it.

So this was an article that I just recently posted. So you’ll see each page from the Google doc gets converted into a page in markup here. So this is quite useful. If you’re working from Google Docs like I do so often. I send people articles I’m writing when I’m doing the content marketing, then I’m going to have the same functionality that I can do online on my markup right here can highlight. Thickness, so I have the same capabilities I can delete pages.

Let’s say I didn’t need that last page at that age and I can add stuff to it. Right. So I can add another page on top of this. I can even add another PEF on top of it multi-page document. So if I have a 10 page document, I want to include a PDF. On top of that, I can upload this PDF into it as well and get another get the additional pages. So and the Google Drive integration works, like I said, this PDF images.

So any of these things that I open, they’re going to create a new marker. Inside my interface, it will be saved in my history for sharing the evening service in America again, they’re all it’s all right down here all at once we’ve just been working on and it even shows me how many pages one has. I can start from here as well. So that’s the Google Drive integration, which is pretty cool. The slack integration. I already kind of showed you what I was jumping around in slack, so I pasted the link and I got the image.

So that’s the preview. But it has one other cool feature that we did inside of Slack. So sometimes someone shares an image, just a raw image with you inside a slack conversation. So here’s a little iPhone picture, big fan of this particular case. And from here, I have also, like I did in Google, drive a button to annotate files. So from here I can click, annotate, file and look. What we’ll do is it creates a link for you and you click on that link and it does basically the same thing that Google Drive did.

So now I have that file and I can annotate, so I have my copy and add my boxes and then I can again, I can copy the image and just paste it in, which is going to be a flattened image. Or I can copy the scheduling and I can pasted into slide. So it allows people to work on markups from within. It’s kind of a great way to get something out of slack and into the annotation canvas. We also have a chrome extension, it’s fairly limited at the moment, and really we built that for all of our friends that are on chrome books because they can’t install the desktop app.

So the Chrome extension is something we’ll probably enhance in the coming months, but it really is just designed to take a screenshot and it uses the model. I can choose my entire screen, my tab or application window. I think probably the first thing to do is allow you to take a full page website with the with the Chrome extension, which is also something we’re going to be working on in the desktop app, is being able to do a scrolling screenshot as well, which is one limitation of the product at the moment that we want to want to get to.

So it’s a chrome extension. I mentioned the the slack displaying a link and getting a preview that works in SMS and Discord, Facebook and a bunch of bunch of platforms. And you guys can always hit us up when you want more. It’s pretty easy for us to add more as a product. Use a lot. You want to preview in that. Just let us know. All right. And then let’s look at some of the team stuff, and that would kind of be wrapping it up.

So this account is not a Tienes account. So I don’t have any team members in my account. But I think this account is an opportunity to here log in. And I think my Twitter account is. The first. So in this account, I have I think I have teams twenty five in this account, so. And senior Kumari. We go. So now in this case, you’ll see that long count knows everyone, so you’ll see in this this version I have a little icon.

It’s different than the market there. It’s a little chicken icon. And if I go to my team to say I have team members and I also have this custom domain of branding so I can have my custom domain, which is already set up. So I’ll show you the team members in a second. But if I go to this screenshot here and I copy the share link. And I come back to my account on the other browser and I share that that link, I’m going to see it in game format, which is a lot simpler, right?

There’s no navigation, VirtualScopics, anything. All you can do is see the individual pages you can copy to share like yourself, copy the image and download your very limited. So and in fact, there’s not even any markup of branding whatsoever on this page. So if you’re if that’s important to you and you want to keep it clean or you want to serve your clients and not have them see anything about us, just but we understand that’s how you do it.

So going back to my team and inviting team members, pretty basic. I just put their email and it’ll send them the invite. They can create create an account and they add it to my team. Now, if I have someone in my team that I want to get rid of and let’s just take a quick look at this guy. So I open a new. Incognito browser, just log out for a sec to show you how this works, so if I log in here as the member.

Since the end of the last little bit here, we’ll get to questions. See, I have these three little cool Star Wars Lego images. So if I go back to here and I’m going to get bogged down, I think it’s one more time show. You are just deleting a team member. Allows me to transfer his markups, so remember that I have those three markets there, so if I go back into my team and I remove this team member, it’s going to give me confirmation.

And I choose to transfer to the team owner in this case. I spellbinder remember? And then remove him, so now his markups are going to get transferred to me. So all of his markups will end up getting transferred over and that team member will. Be removed and free up a license, so I had seven of twenty five or six. Five. Twenty five. Now I have six of twenty five. So that team member got added back to my team so I can just keep and that person will no longer have access to all those markets.

So if I were to try Bug and I wouldn’t, I would basically not see those those on there they are. So you can see a pro system. So now I own the cool Star Wars mockups. OK, I think I got through most of the stuff that I miss and. Yeah, someone in the questions here, I’m responding to them right now, I’d like to see the URL capture so maybe you can go to markups and just put in a URL there, OK?

Sure, yeah. So it’s Google dot com or.

Yeah, yeah. So the URL capture. Is a way to catch a full Web page of the same, the Chrome extension doesn’t have that feature at the moment. So it’s a quick way to grab a website. I would say there are some limitations to the URL captured. It doesn’t deal well with JavaScript, and that’s one of the reasons why we want to put in the scrolling screenshot. So for most cases, it works pretty good. If I were to go back to one of my links.

And put it in there, that could work as well. That’s how the URL caption you can choose to choose the mobile version or the desktop version. See if I can find another image. What other questions do we have to try this and see how he does with it? Um.

All right, so here to catch up the entire screen, you can see it’s a full page on this case. But here’s an example. It was still loading these images when it did snap. So we missed a few of those, which is why I think the real longer term solution for us is a combination of either the Chrome extension, allowing for the full Web page or what I prefer is the scrolling screenshot on the desktop app itself so I can screen, scroll and capture whatever I want, whether it’s an email or web page.

That’s how that works. Just one one more detail there. I think that one was due to lazy loading, but that kind of goes in line with what you said. I was going to ask one more question. So Jed here asked about iPad and. Yeah, so our tool is fully touch support it. And it’s quite a nice experience on iPads. You can use mobile as well. Again, on the small mobile screen, it can be a little harder to annotate, but on iPad it’s pretty sweet.

Yeah, I often find myself doing this flow where I’ll take a picture or I’ll have an image on my iPhone and then I’m going to want to annotated later when I get back to my computer. So I’ll just open up the market here on my iPhone, upload the image, and then it’s going to be waiting for me back here in my history for me to annotate. So I use that flow quite a bit as opposed to downloading the image to my desktop, then uploading it back to up here.

It’s kind of faster if I’m on the road and you do that. I find myself doing that quite a bit. What are the questions? I know what everyone’s schedule. Another hack that I like to do, so one thing that’s different about our product is we don’t we don’t have a desktop editor, which is at the moment by design, say we would never do that. But it takes a little bit getting used to. So if I take a screenshot and then I take.

Another screenshot and then I take another screenshot, it created three tabs for me, which I find quite useful actually, because they’re just kind of waiting there. I don’t need to decide to do my imitations at that moment. But what’s cool is if I come back and I want to and I copy this image and I add a new page, then go back, copy this image. President, I now have those three screenshots of the actual image on the page, I have those screenshots as individual pages, so I basically just combined in a few seconds, three screenshots into one page.

And when I share this link, someone is going to see all three of those. So I found that to be a really fast way to aggregate a bunch of screenshots together to send as a group and send them all to one person or the team that wants to bring a little hack that a lot of people use. Oh, I don’t want I didn’t show is the crowd. So we have a cropping tool which allows you to do a typical. Crop like that, but it also allows you to expand, which I use quite regularly, so I can actually expand the canvas beyond the original image.

You’ll see it actually saved. It actually saved my image there, didn’t cut the image and save that in the background. So now if I apply this, I actually have. More room on my campus outside, so sometimes it’s useful when you have an image that you need to put annotations off to the side. I don’t I don’t want. Right. In this case, I can’t go off the side, so I then come in and say I’m going to drop this little bit.

Now I have I have some room. To move that off to the side, so maybe. Something like that. And also, there’s copy paste. I can copy my objects, I can paste my objects, I think one of the things that tie up on the roadmap is multi. So right now you’re going to select one of these. But in short order, because I whine about it all the time. So I know they tend to do the things that I personally make a lot of noise about.

So having multiple selection will collect all these and paste them into one. You can also paste across it. So if I copy this and I go to another page and then the second page. So here’s the same information. And I can delete and there’s undo as well, so if I if I pace this and then I undo, it’s going to go back and redo.

Anything else, for instance? Oh, one thing on the my settings, you can specify if you want all your links to public or private by default and always change them, as I show you on the actual Mark-Up screen here. You can see it’s pretty fast running through. I use the tool very much daily. Twenty, twenty five markets a day, as you can see, but what is a thousand sixty two markups that I’ve been doing in this particular account?

So it’s something I use quite, quite regularly. All right, what else we got Nikko’s, any more questions, everybody understands it, it’s not really that complicated. A product is more just playing with it and trying it out and seeing if you love it like we do.

We do have some more questions here. If you have any questions and you want to throw them in the Q&A box, go for it. I’m going to go ahead and pick up on high. Can we use this to load PDF forms and fill out the forms and sign the forms?

It’s a good question at the moment. No, we’re really trying to optimize or speed of annotating any. So if you use some of the other PDF annotators in the past, uploading larger file updates can be very slow, very lagi. When you create a PDF that actually has the the text and and fields, it’s very difficult to just do quick annotations. So the use case we tried to cover first was how do I just quickly add annotations on top of PDF?

It’s something you can’t really do in Acrobat, right. So I think at some point we might get into importing the actual PDF or you can copy the text or you can fill out the forms. But it’s not it’s not intended to be a PDF editor in that sense. It’s really for annotating the PDF as quickly as you possibly can. So the answer is no on that front. Thank you.

One one thing I’d like to add there just is if you are just trying to fill out a form pretty simply and not actually just you want like example, in this case, you could have typed your name and make it look like a filled out form and you can export it. So that will work. It’s just it’s not going to allow you to create, you know, a fillable text box, if that makes sense.

That’s true. So you can see I’m doing that here. And you also asked about the signature. So, again, you could do the same thing you could. You could have the signature, so one thing that I’ve done with my signature is. Right, you can peson signature in and so what we’ll probably end up doing or we are going to do is on the image insert right now, it’s one image, but we’re going to make it so you can have a library of images and one of those could be your signature.

So that’s one way that you live to do it. And then if you look on a road map, it’s pretty highly rated the actual signature box as an object. So we’ll probably have that in the not too distant future where you can insert an actual signature box and save your signature and put it in. But again, for now, it’s going to be, as Nicholas said, annotating on top of the the PDF and not making it like a Filipina.

And we have heard people also use the pencil to create a signature, which you can totally do, and you can untangle the text right there to have no background so it can look pretty close to filled out form. So I don’t know if you want to show them just just trying to draw on top of the text to be black and not one. Yeah, well, I’m green is real professional. Yeah.

So I can change the text and maybe you can use the pencil to make a signature to say. So not the primary use case, but if you get creative, you can make things work.

When I have to sign things, I just have my image signature that I created and I just pasted in when I need to. And yeah, so that’s typically how to do it. But like I said once there, I think we will have a signature tool at some point and we don’t have a plan for the editable stuff, but possibly down the line. We’ll see what you guys say. It’s all whatever is voted high in our roadmap is generally what we build.

And you can see it’s pretty active. Our road map is pretty, pretty active in terms of what people are telling us. So we’re and we’re very responsive on on here as things go on.

So regarding what we’ve seen for road map questions, here is just an integration with one driver. Is that on the road map? I think we’ll go ahead. You can say, yeah, that one’s on the road map and I in the answers, I pasted the link to upvote it. So if you want to help prioritize it, upvoted comment if you have specific use cases that we should take into into mind. Yeah, I think our initial plan was to do Dropbox next, but if more people are using one drive than we do that for Dropbox.

We’ll see what the people say. I’m a woman. Awesome.

And yet Nicholas has gotten to all of the questions that are here. I’m just kind of going through them to see if there’s anything that our folks might appreciate. Question. How do I use this on my iPhone? We mentioned a minute a minute ago that it works very well on mobile, the annotation tools are designed for touch, so it works well. It’s a small interface. So we can get kind of kind of tight in there. What’s really going on on a tablet.

But, yeah, it is designed to work on mobile and desktop web as well.

[00:37:34.580] – Lindsay (AppSumo)
Awesome. And then how do they access it from mobile?

[00:37:37.360] – Jeff (MarkUp Hero)
You just go to your same the same URL. So you just go to mark up here on your mobile web browser, log into your account. So I was saying a lot of times I’ll upload an image from mobile to my account and it would just be waiting for me here on desktop when I get back to my computer.

[00:37:54.290] – Lindsay (AppSumo)

All right. Those are all the questions that we have here. Simoleons, if there are any questions that you have that have not been answered already, go ahead and shoot those. The Q&A box. Can you show image without customer branding?

[00:38:07.910] – Jeff (MarkUp Hero)
Yeah. So I showed that over here if I copy. They copied this link. And I pasted over Heathered. So here’s here’s a share link with the custom domain, big first dot com, all I have is the image was created by and I had my basic share options, but other than that, I can’t there’s nothing. There’s no tools. There’s no marketing or branding. It’s completely obfuscated.

[00:38:41.470] – Lindsay (AppSumo)
And that’s it. Are all we got. So I’m going to go ahead and wrap this up. Unless there’s anything else that you want to tell us about, we can cover it.

[00:38:49.090] – Jeff (MarkUp Hero)
I think we covered it all. I think I think this is great, super thorough.

[00:38:53.260] – Lindsay (AppSumo)
Usually not a whole lot of open questions means that you have, in fact, covered it. So I appreciate that. If you’re not already, you can go redeem your codes for markup on Ximo right now, starting at thirty nine dollars for a lifetime deal. Of course this is back by up to most 60 day guarantee. So you can go ahead, get set up, play around this, see how it works for you. As I mentioned earlier, they have already raked in one hundred and eight reviews at a five Tacho rating, which means that the single ladies are loving it.

So if you would like to tell your give your two cents, tell us what you’re thinking. You can go ahead and leave your reviews on the deal page. You can also leave in any questions that you have there as well. Thank you so much. Thank you. Thank you, Nicolas, for hanging out with us.

[00:39:38.470] – Jeff (MarkUp Hero)
Thanks, guys. Thank you. See on the deal page.

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