Quick Tip: Use CleanShot X to Pin and Edit Any Image
Today I realized that you can enable a Share Extension for CleanShot X to pin any image to the screen — not just screenshots that you’ve taken. Then you can right-click or hit ⌘-E to open its excellent image editor to crop, add annotations, backgrounds, and more.
To enable it, go to System Settings → Privacy & Security → Extensions (at the bottom) → Sharing. There, you can enable both the ‘Pin to the Screen’ and ‘Annotate’ extensions from CleanShot, depending on your needs.
For months, I’ve been dragging images into Yoink just to use the ‘Open with…’ menu to get them in CleanShot. Turns out that functionality could have been just a single right-click away. 🤯