Using the Popsync Feature in a Bluescape Workspace

Bluescape members can access Popsync image search directly in a Bluescape workspace.

Popsync is a distinctive image search tool that enables users to search for images across multiple sources, for example, Google Images, Getty Images, Stock, Unsplash, and more.

This topic outlines using Popsync in a Bluescape workspace:

Using Popsync in a Workspace 2

Populating images from Popsync into a Bluescape workspace

  1. Sign on as a Bluescape member and enter a workspace. In the workspace toolbar on the left, look for the Popsync icon (Poppy the Popsync parrot).

  2. Select :poppy: (Popsync). A Popsync image search appears.

  3. To customize your Popsync search, select :image_sources: (Resources) to discover a list of all individual image sources offered. You can multi-select which image repositories you wish to Popsync search.

    Note: If you have a Getty Images account, you can log in within the workspace to download images without the watermark. Once logged on, you remain signed onto your Getty Images account within the workspace.

    By default, the toggle for Exclude offensive content is ON. This feature excludes potentially offensive or inappropriate content on some image resources.

  4. Select Search. Images from your selected resources appear:

  5. View more results by selecting **Show more ** at the bottom of a canvas. The canvas will automatically expand, containing nine new images.

    Note: The canvas will not expand and populate new results if existing content blocks the space below.

  6. Select an image you would like to use. The image toolbar will appear with the following options:

    • Show similar images
    • Download
    • Crop
    • Add to a collection
    • Pin
    • React using emojis
    • Comment
    • Share to social media
    • Click :more_options: (More options) to show all image options available to you.

BluePro Tip: Download a Popsync image search canvas or a curated collection canvas to save the canvas and image files to your local device. Hover over the canvas and click :download: (Download).
Note: Anonymous users will not be able to download curated canvases.

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This is a time savings compared to running a search engine query the old way. I love seeing image results without watermarks, then using them right away in the Bluescape Workspace!

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