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Publish Beautifully: RebelMouse Launches Unsplash Integration

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The world of bad stock photos is behind us

Creators should always have access to an editorial suite that helps them build dynamic, media-rich articles with ease. On RebelMouse, we make it simple to access our media asset uploader, which allows you to seamlessly embed media from your device or a popular third-party source, such as GIPHY, Instagram, Twitter, YouTube, and Vimeo. Now, we're proud to announce an integration with Unsplash to make sure every post that you create is full of beautiful imagery.


Unsplash is a constantly updated database of over one million free, high-resolution images from a community of generous photographers. You will never have to worry about scrambling to find a freely usable image again. With Unsplash, you will always have access to a selection of powerful images to bring your post to life.

Here's how it works.

First, use the ⨁ button that appears to the left of your content body in Entry Editor, and then scroll down to the Unsplash option in the drop-down menu:

Next, type in your search term to see a selection of related photos. Select one or more photos that you would like to embed into your article, and then click the Select → button in the right-hand corner.

The same process is replicated on mobile devices:

Here's a screencast of the workflow:

Once your Unsplash images are uploaded to your article, you can crop, edit, delete, add captions to, and save them to your image library like any other media source. The Unsplash search is available for lead media, article body, and Assembler placements.

Not publishing on RebelMouse yet? Take advantage of our elegant media integrations and set up your creators for success. Request a proposal today to get started.

If you're already publishing on RebelMouse, email support@rebelmouse.com or talk to your account manager about this new integration if you have questions.

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