Sign up for a free account at https://www.thinglink.com/.

Use the website, or download the mobile app.

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“With ThingLink, teachers and students can easily enhance images and videos with additional notes, photos, audio, video, and other multi-media content. Students acquire visual presentation skills and communicate through digital storytelling across grade levels, on any device.” – ThingLink

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Here is an introduction to ThingLink (includes some premium features):

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Start off by choosing an image source, either; Upload, Web, Facebook or Import.

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Give your image a Title and click a location on the image, to place a link.

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Choose the type of icon to use (more are available on the premium account).

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Type in a web address, to link to, and the type of information bubble that appears.

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Once you have added your multiple links, save the interactive image for publishing.

Share or embed your image for others to view.

Here is an example of an interactive GIF, displaying the heart’s purpose and function (https://www.thinglink.com/scene/776072777529556993) – by Ron Burke (@mistab10).