Be nice. Or else.
Geneva Freelance Photographer Joined over 2 years ago
In that case it's just public figures or brands who paid for it apparently (Netflix)
David Letterman has a page, he then created a new one for his upcoming Netflix show and Facebook apparently let him make all his previous page fans into fans of the new page. Automatically.
I know (it's my account). I had to turn off the business profile and revert to a personal profile. The "email" line takes a ton of space, same goes for the "featured stories" and there is no other way to hide them. All profiles have less visible content now, I know some people who put only 1 line of text in their bio so that more of their images are visible.
It's money and brands FIRST now :)
Usually yes, unless Facebook buys them. When it happens the app first evolve then start to get crippled by too many features then the UI start to break apart and the users get annoyed and then eventually stop using it.
Before I was able to see two entire rows of pictures when landing on a profile... Not anymore
I feel like since Facebook acquired this app there's more and more shit in the UI and it's visually more complex. It's a shame...
Yes, when you download a picture this appears at the bottom of the screen: https://i.imgur.com/6KEFvjZ.png as a result I get a lot more people tweeting and sharing on FB about my work. By the way you should also share this Coaster app in the Unsplash Slack :)
This is great, but as a heavy Unsplash contributor there's one thing bothering me: credits. The current Unsplash website encourages people that download images to properly credit the photographer. It looks like your app doesn't.
Be nice. Or else.
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