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Getting started with ImageOnSnap is quick and easy. Follow these simple steps to simplify your image management process:

Step 1: Sign Up

Visit our website and sign up for an ImageOnSnap account. Choose the plan that suits your needs and budget. You can even start with our free plan to explore the software.

Step 2: Upload Your Images

Once you're signed in, start uploading your images to the ImageOnSnap platform. You can upload images from your computer, smartphone, or directly from your cloud storage accounts.

Step 3: Organize and Tag

Now that your images are uploaded, organize them into albums or categories. Use our AI-powered tagging system or add custom tags to make searching for images a breeze.

Step 4: Edit and Enhance

ImageOnSnap offers a range of editing tools to enhance your images. Adjust brightness, contrast, apply filters, and more to make your images visually stunning.

Step 5: Optimize for Web

Before using your images on websites or social media, optimize them for the web using our built-in compression tools. This ensures faster loading times and a better user experience.

Step 6: Share and Collaborate

Share your images directly from ImageOnSnap or collaborate with team members on image projects. It's never been easier to work together seamlessly.

With ImageOnSnap, managing your images is a breeze. Say hello to a more efficient and productive workflow!

In the above table previously when the price is reduced from Rs 5n to Rs 4 the total expenditure was increased from Rs 100 to Rs 120. Therefore, it is said to be elastic demand. Later, even though the price has declined from Rs.5 to Rs.4, there is no change in total expenditure and it remains as Rs 100. Therefore, it is considered as unitary elastic demand. Finally, the total expenditure was declined from Rs.100to Rs.88 due to decline in price level from Rs. 5 to Rs 4 and therefore it is considered as inelastic demand. The Total Outlay method can be explained with the help of diagram:

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