The Flowbox Photo Editor allows you to edit images without leaving the platform. Flowbox lets users do a range of image editing, including cropping and rotating images, and more advanced settings like adding filters, frames and stickers.
Basics of the Photo Editor
To access the Photo Editor:
1. Log into Flowbox and go to 'Publish' in the main menu.
2. In the left-hand menu, click on 'Schedule' or 'Content'.
3. Click on the blue 'Create Post' button.
4. In the modal box, choose which account that you'd like to publish your post on. NOTE: You can only select one account.
5. Select the post type and click on the blue 'Next' button in the lower right-hand corner.
6. Tab: 'Content'
Start by clicking on 'Add media' to select what content from the Library that you would like to publish. The media object type could either be an image, or a video, or both types. You can select more than one object (carousel).
Select media object type and click 'Edit' in the lower right corner to open the Photo editor.
7. Photo editor
With the Photo Editor tool, you have plenty of options to enhance and edit the photo that you want to post.
Select and transform the image format. To make it easier, you can choose from our pre-existing templates.
Original image mode
With filters, you can set the mood using tones. Figure out the mood you want your photography to convey.
Make adjustments of basics like brightness, contrast and saturation or make further refinements to enhance the attributes of the image.
Use image processing techniques like radial, linear, mirrored or gaussian to increase visual effects.
Select font and font color to match your brand identity.
Select any of the optional text design templates to make your text design more unique.
Choose available shapes or emoticons, or upload your own stickers.
Use brush settings like color, width and hardness.
Select from 6 different frames to make the photo more unique.
When you are done editing, click the 'Save' button and the Photo Editor tool will close.
Complete the wizard and click on the blue 'Schedule' button when you are ready to schedule the post.
Check out the video below to see what the Photo Editor looks like in action: