Getting Started - 3. Creating your first design library
If you have already read "Install Eagle". This chapter will introduce the actual operation of Eagle, let's get started.
Step 1 - Open Eagle
When you first open Eagle, you will see a screen like following
This is the welcome interface. You can quickly find out what Eagle is. We can click "Next" to continue
Step 2 - Install Eagle browser extension
In this step, Eagle will prompt you to install browser extension. If you often need to save images or screenshots on the webpage, we highly recommend that you install browser extension. We will introduce browser extension in detail in the following sections.
We can click on "Not now" to continue
Step 3 - Create a library
In this step, we will see the following screen. We need to create a library that will save all your collections. in the future.
Click "Create Library" button and enter the name of library (You can enter the name of library based on your usage, e.g., "My inspiration", "design material").
Click "Select save path" button and select a save path (Please select a safe save path. Do not save it on the desktop as much as possible to avoid accidentally deleting important files in the future.
At this step, we have successfully created library.
Great, everything's ready! Next chapter we will lead you to quickly explore all of Eagle's interface.