Flickr Integration with Bit.ai

Embed Flickr inside of your Bit documents by adding a shareable link. It's time to communicate beyond text and images in your documents.

What is Flickr?

Flickr is a popular image sharing platform. Users create accounts and upload various images. It's an open platform allowing anyone on the web to search the platform and find images to share on social media. With over 10 billion images, it's one central place where you can an image, GIF or meme for just about anything.

Why should you embed Flickr into your Bit documents?

Our users like to enhance their work by embedding Flickr in their marketing documents, design documents, training manuals, reports, eBooks, lesson plans and much more. When there is content the comes alive inside of your written work it adds an impressive memorable visual touch. Regardless of your audience - whether it's colleagues, clients, partners, followers, students, etc. you'll leave them with an impact as smart digital content gets woven between your words.

Key Benefits:

  • Add Google Maps Directions directly into your documents
  • Make your content engaging and interactive
  • Bring your audience into the future with modern documents

Documents You Can Embed Flickr on:

  • Embed Flickr in sales content
  • Embed Flickr in marketing documents
  • Embed Flickr in design documents

How do you embed Flickr into your Bit documents?

It's incredibly easy to embed Flickr into your Bit documents.

  1. Go to Flickr and open up any image that you would like to add to your Bit document and copy the shareable URL.
  2. Open up a Bit document and paste the URL on a blank line.
  3. Bit will automatically start loading your Flickr image and have it appear inside of your content!
  4. For additional formatting options you can click on the three dots on the top right corner. This tool bar will allow you to add a caption or delete it.

Start adding visual magic to your words with smart Bit documents.

Video Tutorial: Learn how to embed a Flickr

Embed Flickr in Your Bit Documents

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