Presenters everywhere are tasked with adhering to the KISS principle by de-cluttering their slides and simplifying their message so that it resonates with their audience. Apps such as Google Slides let them leverage an intuitive platform to customize their demos, trade show materials, or that big client pitch. Collaboration is made easier, and sharing a cinch.
Shutterstock is now integrated with Slides, removing the pain points in the presentation creation process by bridging the gap between the message and its supporting content. To take it one step further, Slides users will also be able to use the Shutterstock Editor tool to edit both Shutterstock and non-Shutterstock images directly within Slides, making Slides the only app that allows users to find and edit Shutterstock images all in one place!
Google Slides users with existing Shutterstock accounts will be able to access the entire Shutterstock library, 150 million images, right within Slides. They will be able to search, preview, edit, and insert the perfect hi-res image for their presentations without ever leaving the platform.
With its royalty free licensing model, Shutterstock alleviates any legal concerns presenters may have for using photos taken by our Contributor community. In fact, photographers get paid for their work every time a Shutterstock image is used within Slides.
Shutterstock’s integration with Slides enhances the creative workflow by helping marketers find exactly what they need quickly and efficiently.
You can download the app in the Google Web Store here.
The Slides integration comes on the heels of Shutterstock’s partnerships with Google Ads and Blogger, giving content creators access to premium, professional imagery without having to ever leave the platform