Instead of downloading a ZapCode, using an external photo-editing tool to place the ZapCode on a tracking image, and then uploading the tracking image into Zap.Works, it would save a lot of time and effort if image editing tools were built into ZapWorks Designer. This way the tracking image could be uploaded in ZapWorks and the ZapCode could be placed on it without downloading.
Thanks for your patience.
This is something that has been internally suggested in the past but one complicating factor with a built-in composition tool is that the user will have to download a high-resolution version of the final image in order to print it.
This is the reason that we’ve hesitated in the past to be overly specific about how users apply the code to their target. Users should feel that the primary way to apply the zapcode to their image is in the tool they used to produce the image in the first place.
As a result, it’s not something that we’re actively working on right now but could be something we consider in the future.