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PreCentral: Attach a picture to a Quick Post

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Add photo to Quick Post messageQuick Post, by Hedami, is a great way to take advantage of Quick Actions in webOS by posting to your Twitter or Facebook accounts directly from Just Type. Without even loading up an app, it's extremely easy to write up a post and even select which accounts you want to post them to. But what if you wanted to attach a photo to the posting as well? While this is clearly available as an option if you were to open up the app first before writing up your post, there is also a little shortcut that you can use in a Just Type Quick Action post to prompt you to select a photo prior to posting.  All you need to do is start your message with "-i" before choosing to "Quick Post". This will then load up the Quick Post app with your message pre-populated and then automatically bring you to the photo picker. Once you select your photo, Quick Post will return you to your message and you can then choose to Send or Send & Exit the app.

If Quick Post is not showing as an option in Just Type, don't forget that you may need to add it as an available Just Type Quick Action

Quick Post is available in the webOS App Catalog for $1.50 and is compatible with all webOS devices running webOS 1.4.5 or higher. However, the Just Type Quick Actions feature is only available on devices running webOS 2.0 or higher.
 

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