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Google needs help selecting images to be in its Google Drive stock images library

Google needs your input on which images to use in its stock picture library

| Internet & Websites News | Posted: Aug 9, 2012 8:33 pm

Google needs your help so that they can better help you. Earlier this year, Google launched a stock image library as part of its Google Drive product. Thanks to lots of positive feedback, they are now planning on expanding that library with images that are selected by the people who use the product. That's why they've enlisted your help.

 

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Want to help decide what goes in? It's a simple task, really. Just head over to ThinkStock.com, select up to 10 images to nominate, and fill out Google's nomination form with the information they require. Easy, and you have helped make Google, and the Internet, a better place. Not to mention you should then be able to use these photos in your Google Drive docs.

 

Google explains the process in a bit more detail:

 

Go to http://www.thinkstock.com and search for images, or browse through them by category. Using the form below, submit the item numbers (linked underneath each image) for up to 10 images you'd like to nominate for use in your documents, presentations, spreadsheets. We'll use your ideas to create and curate the next generation of our stock image library.

 

Head on over to Google's nomination site to fill out the form. Once done, sit back, pat yourself on the back, and congratulate yourself on making the world a better place.

NEWS SOURCES:Plus.google.com

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