Partnerships · July 10, 2020

Unsplash × Later

Alex Begin
Alex Begin

While it’s not news to anyone that the way we communicate has become increasingly visual, often the tools and platforms we use to manage media moments are anything but. Thankfully, Later sensed this major disconnect with the media platforms out there — and took a different approach: They’ve created a way for you to visually plan, schedule and manage your social media. With the goal of simplifying social media marketing to make it accessible for all businesses — Later’s platform helps you drive engagement, grow followings and save time.

The secret behind their platform? Their Visual Instagram Planner that helps you find the perfect balance for your feed and rearrange or swap out photos with ease. With their Drag and Drop tool, you can see what your next Instagram post will look like on your feed before posting it, and move things accordingly in seconds.

And now, thanks to Later’s integration with Unsplash — nearly 2 million beautiful, inspiring visuals are ready and waiting to elevate your next Instagram story or Pinterest post. Simply add the desired Unsplash imagery to your media library, and from there — you can easily schedule the images across your connected social media profiles. Plus, while you’re scheduling the post you can even add a text overlay to the image to customize your post further.

We can’t wait to see this integration in action. And luckily, the team over at Later have put together a case study showcasing some of the ways brands have incorporated your beautiful images from the Unsplash library in their social media strategies. Read the full report here.

More on Unsplash Partnerships. This partnership with Later part of our continued mission to enable creativity by making quality visuals openly accessible.

2100+ partners including Squarespace, Medium, Dropbox, Trello, Adobe,Google, Sketch, Square, Wix, InVision, Typeform, PicsArt, WeTransfer, BuzzFeed, support this mission by officially integrating with the Unsplash API.🔥

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