The Advanced Image Editor

Add some flare to your queues with edited images.

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Written by Ethan Dayton
Updated over a week ago

Our Media Library allows admins to edit their images and pictures for their queues to meet their queues specific needs. We have wanted to add some additional features into our image editor and we would like to show off some additions we have made to help improve the queues that get sent out.

Our image editor is found within the Build Queue section right here with this sparkly icon:

Simply select Start New Design to begin. You can also access our Media Library from here or upload a new image to edit as well.

The following screen will populate with either a blank screen from "Start New Design" or your chosen image from "Upload from Computer" depending on which option you select.

This is your image canvas. Here you can find editing tools like image flipping, cropping, rotating and skewing.

You will also have the opportunity to manually edit the size of your images if you have a larger image.

We do recommend that you keep your images to a certain size limit. We have created a help document that covers this topic here:

Along the left hand side of the window, you will find the main features of the Advanced Image Editor:

One thing of note is that if you make a mistake with an image and you want to start over, you can click this button here and it will revert the change specific to the feature you are using.

This button will change depending on which function you are using.

Here is a small taste of what you can do with our image editor:

You can add text:

We have even included some guide lines here to ensure your text is lined up just the way you like it.

You can overlay images and add emojis and shapes to your images:

You can draw on your image:

You can apply a variety of different filters to your image:

You can blur out certain parts of your image:

You can add an overlay to really sell your image's content:

You can further adjust and refine your images quality with things like brightness, contrast, saturation, gamma etc:

You can even add in some Instagram like flare into your image with our text designs:

Perhaps even top it off with one of our picture frames:

I had a lot of fun putting that image together. Hopefully, each of these functions can give you some ideas on how to really make your images really stand out.

One of our developers, Andrew, created a brief explainer video about this feature, which you can see here:

Any Further Questions?

If there is anything else we can assist you with, you can contact Clearview Social Support either by emailing or through the Intercom chat button in the bottom right of the site.

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