29 Nov 2018 - Introducing image manager's new editor

Say hello to image manager's new editor!

The image manager's attractive new image editor, launched today, gives you the best in editing, enhancing, and augmenting your images.

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It comes with nine key functions:

  • Transform - custom crop your images, or choose from predefined crops, including Facebook-appropriate ones
  • Filters - choose from a huge range of filters to get just the effect and tone you want
  • Adjust - adjust the brightness, saturation and contrast of your images, as well as the ability to apply other refinements
  • Focus - apply the focus effect of your choice
  • Text - apply text to your images, and style it
  • Text Design - choose from a number of text designs to give your text character
  • Stickers - apply any number of emoticon and shape stickers to your images (such as smileys, speech bubbles or arrows)
  • Brush - touch up your images with brush settings
  • Frames - apply a frame around your images
  • Overlays - apply an overlay to your images from a range of choices
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Comments

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    What happened to the resize option in the image editor?

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    The ability to maintain ratio when cropping to a custom size has been lost I think (very valuable). And I've found my edits aren't actually been saved. Not impressed so far.

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    Hi Amir and Jenny. Thank you both for your feedback. With regards to the lack of a resize option in the image editor, we're aware and are actively working on it.

    With regards to saving after cropping using the 'Transform' tool, you need to:

    1. Make your crop and then click on another tool in the left-hand side panel (e.g. 'Filters'); this will result in your crop being applied
    2. Click 'OK' (adding a new image name if you wish) and then click 'Apply'

    This will successfully save your edit.