The must-know Eagle tricks

Did you use the folder, but still can't find images or materials? Eagle provides a lot of ways to help you organize your collections. You can install Eagle Chrome extension that can help you collect all the images quickly when you browse websites. All of your collections can be organized and find with various characteristics. Here are some features of Eagle.

Quickly Add Images to Eagle

  • Import images
    After installing Eagle, you can start to add your images to Eagle by dragging and dropping images to Eagle.
  • Import  Specific Website Images
    Eagle provides "One-click import" function, you can import your favorite website such as"Artstation", into Eagle. 
  • Install Browser Extension
    In addition to importing images into Eagle, it's more common to see the inspirational material you want to search immediately when you browse websites. Therefore, Eagle provides a more convenient Chrome browse extension, After installing it, you can save images on websites in a variety of convenient ways.
  • Drag to save images
    You can drag an image to collect area and you can directly save it into Eagle.
  • ALT + Right-click
    Sometimes the websites disable from saving images, so you can't use "right-click to save" or "drag to save". At this time, you can press "ALT + Right-click" on the image and Eagle will help you save the image.
  • Batch Save
    If you want to save plenty of images from a website, you can use the  "Batch Save" feature. Eagle will list all the images on the website so you can pick the images you want and Eagle will save them.


Install Eagle browser extension, Eagle provides all screenshot methods you need.

  • Capture Area
    Capture the area you select.
  • Capture visible
    Capture your current screen.
  • Capture Page
    Quickly capture the whole page.

Organize Method

  • Folder
    The folders are the most common management tool, you can create folders and subfolders in the Eagle's left sidebar.
  • Smart Folder
    The smart folder is an advanced version of the folder. You can save the trouble of importing or categorizing images, the system will automatically add the images to the smart folder according to the conditions you set.
  • Tags
    The tag is an indispensable feature in Eagle, it's a tool for “organizing” and “searching”. If the tags are set well, they will be helpful in organizing and searching and you can have better productivity and user experience.
  • Title
    By downloading the images through the Chrome browser extension, the image's title will be recorded the annotation set by the image on the website by default (for example the alt attribute of the img tag). As the main description of the image, you can also name this field separately.
  • Notes
    In addition to the notes that come with the image, if the image or file has more detailed information, you can also write it in the comment field.
  • URL
    By downloading the images through the Chrome browser extension, the image's URL will be recorded, so you can go back and find the source of download image easily.
  • Rating
    The "Rating" feature allows you to rate the images you like/dislike or important/unimportant and you can use the shortcut key number 1-5. The "Rating" can also be a filter condition, which helps you to find the images you need quickly.

Search image

  • Keyword Search
    Eagle can search for multiple keywords and the search results are  
  • Quickly Switch
    As the number of folders increases, a lot of classifications and tags or complicate folder structure will become a problem. If 
  • Fuzzy Search
    The  "Quick Switch" has a powerful function which is "Fuzzy Search". Even you enter the incomplete keyword in "Quick Switch", you still can find the classification you need.
  • Color
    You can use the color filter to find images with a specific color, and color filter supports many color selection methods, such as recommended colors, custom colors, enter the color number. For example, if you want to find the "refrigerator" classification, you can enter "regrtr", "rfgrt" or "rgt" to find the classification you need.
  • Shape
    You can use the shape filter to find images in a specific shape. By default, Eagle provides four kinds of shapes as filter conditions.
  • Type
    You can use the type filter to find the specific type of files.
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