Snip Web Editor

The Snip web editor is a simple online editor powered by Mathpix-markdown.
Not only can you write and publish beautiful scientific documents using both Markdown and LaTeX, you can also use the web editor to convert images into LaTeX and text.

Converting images to LaTeX/text in the web editor

There are 3 ways to convert images to LaTeX using the editor:

1. Paste

Paste (ctrl+v/command+v) an image directly into your document from your clipboard.

2. Drag and drop

Drag and drop an image directly into your document:
Drag and drop an image directly into the editor

3. Insert from Snip sidebar

Any Snips you have taken with the mobile or desktop apps can be pasted into your document by selecting them from your Snips sidebar:
Select the Snip to paste into your document
A convenient feature of the editor is that if you insert an image that cannot be OCR’d, it will convert the image file into an image URL, so you can still share the information in the image in your document easily.
Here is an example with an image of a graph:
Select the Snip to paste into your document