Last July you may remember we announced our new partnership with Unsplash. Now that the new Rich Content Editor is available in the production environment, you’ll enjoy improved content creation tools, including awesome images with Unsplash.
Unsplash provides curated, high-resolution professional photographs for free, which means safe searches at no cost! Images can be used for both commercial and noncommercial purposes. The Unsplash library has over 1 million images, so you will certainly find beautiful images to support your content. For questions about images, view the Unsplash License page.
How do I use Unsplash in Canvas?
Unsplash is used in any feature that includes the Rich Content Editor, such as announcements, assignments, discussions, and pages.
The New Rich Content Editor is currently a feature option, which means some admins may not choose to enable the New Rich Content Editor for an account at this time. However, those institutions that are using the Rich Content Editor can find Unsplash as its own tab when uploading an image.
I became a Canvas convert during my time in graduate school, and now I'm lucky to play a part in making Canvas awesome. Outside of work you'll find me camping in National Parks or traveling around the globe.