Click the create button at the top of ThingLink to begin uploading.
1. Hard drive
Upload an image saved on your computer with this option. We support JPEG, PNG and GIF images up to 25mb. Keep in mind that images will be downsized to 1024px. If your image is larger, consider using one of our other upload methods.
This method allows you to tag any images already online. To get the proper URL, right-click your image and select “Copy Image URL.” Paste the link into the web uploader to begin tagging the image. ThingLink will not store a copy of the image, just store a reference to the URL. This means that the original resolution and dimensions will be preserved. This also means that if the original image is removed or renamed from its host location your tagged version may cease to function.
After uploading you’ll be taken directly to the editor. Give your image a name, use the plus and minus to zoom in and out and then click anywhere on the image to add your first tag.
All succeeding features can be found in the left panel. Select an icon to represent your tag. There are up to 98 available options with our paid plans and the additional ability
Now you can begin adding content. Enter a link in the link field. The tag will update to show the open graph text and image for your link. Use the arrows beneath the link field to alter the size of your tag, or to show the plain text link.
Rich Media Tags
Next, consider adding rich media tags to increase interactivity. These are 60 different tags that have been designed to highlight some of the most popular websites. Use rich media tags to add audio, video, images, polls and more. Read about all the available tags and how to add
After completing and saving your image, click the share button to find everything you need to share your image across the web. Learn more about