Shutterstock have announced an integration with Google Slides that allows users to search Shutterstock’s library of 150 million images and edit any visual content within their presentation to add filters, text, logos, product imagery and more.
Shutterstock’s Slides integration offers access to its collection of images as well as its leading search functionality powered by custom built machine learning technology.
It also provides access to Shutterstock Editor, a design application that saves users time by enabling quick design edits, such as resizing, adding filters and text, for professional-looking presentations..
Users can also upload and edit their own images, product photos and company logos within the Editor application.
“This collaboration helps Google Slides users do more in less time, bringing our collection and editing tools into the popular application,” said Jon Oringer, founder and CEO of Shutterstock. “We know our users are already leveraging Google Slides for its unmatched collaboration features, and images are an essential component to building compelling presentations since they emphasize talking points and increase speaker efficacy.”
The Google Slides integration comes on the heels of Shutterstock’s existing partnerships with Google Ads and Blogger, improving content creators’ workflow by offering access to premium, professional imagery within a platform they are already using.
Download the Shutterstock integration for Google Slides in the Chrome Web Store here.