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Thinglink Goes Social!


Introducing another cool feature of Thinglink—quick and easy ways to share interactive images on your favorite social networking sites! Yep, it’s true! With the click of a button, users can easily send images to all of their followers on Facebook, Twitter and/or email contact lists.

What’s more—users can now follow image channels of their favorite Thinglink creators! Check out the image below to see the simplicity involved with these powerful new options!

But wait… That’s not all! Use the ThingLink tagging tool to bring your photos to life with music, video, text, images, merchants and other fun links from around the web. That’s right! Enrich your interactive images with media rich content from sites such as YouTube, SoundCloud, Flickr, Best Buy, iTunes, Amazon, Instagram and more!

Be sure to hover over the image shown below to see a sample of these new media tags in action!

Click here to view a full size version of the image shown above.

So, what are you waiting for? Bring social context and content to every single image with Thinglink and keep your colleagues, students, friends and family coming back for more!

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Imagine the possibilities these new features offer teachers and students! Now more than ever, Thinglink users can create all sorts of lessons and activities with interactive content that lives inside of a single image. Talk about driving curiosity, discovery and engagement! Thinglink…the perfect 21st Century learning “cool tool”!

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