Getting Started - 5. Adding images and classifying them

In "Quickly explore Eagle's interface " we have a generous understanding of various interfaces and functions of Eagle, it is time to add some images! 

In this chapter, we are going to learn how to use drag and drop to add images and how to classify these images.

Add local images to Eagle

It's easy to add local images to Eagle, you can drag and drop images you want into Eagle to add. 

You can also use "copy and paste", after copying images, you can add images by opening Eagle and pressing Ctrl(⌘) + V to add.

Create folder

We have successfully created some images, let's create some folders and classify them! We can find the "+" button in the folder area of the sidebar, click the "+" button to create a folder.

Let's name these folders, double click folder's name to quickly edit the folder name.

Drag and drop images into a folder for classifying 

We have created a folder, now we classify images by dragging and dropping images into a folder, as follows: 

Create subfolder

Sometimes we may need to create a hierarchical relationship for classifications, Eagle supports hierarchical folders. Let's see how to do this, first, right-click on a folder and select "Create Subfolder".

If we want to add a folder which is created to be a subfolder. It's easy, just drag and drop the folder to the location where you want to place.

Add local folders to Eagle

If you want to add a local folder to Eagle, you can drag and drop the local folder directly into the sidebar of Eagle. Eagle will automatically create a folder with the same name. We don't need to create the classification again

We have understood how to add images to Eagle and classify them! Next chapter, we are going to introduce how to use the browser extension to collect images, inspirations on webpages.

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