There are lots of free tools that are easy to use and typically provide pre-set dimensions for LinkedIn images, such as profile pictures, cover photos, or post images. They often include additional features like text overlay, filters, and graphic elements, which can be useful for creating visually appealing content – check them out for yourself to see which one works best for you.
Sizing images is a real barrier to posting for some people. While most mobile phone images can be loaded up without sizing, there may be times when you need to size an image and here are a few popular, easy tools to help you:
1. Canva: Canva is a widely used online graphic design tool that offers a range of templates and features for creating and resizing images. It has a pre-set template for LinkedIn posts.
2. Adobe Spark: Adobe Spark is another web-based design tool that allows you to resize and edit images for various social media platforms, including LinkedIn. It offers templates and a user-friendly interface to create and resize images.
3. Pixlr: Pixlr is a free online image editing tool that offers basic editing features and allows you to resize images. It supports various file formats and provides options to adjust image dimensions to match LinkedIn’s requirements.
4. Snappa: Snappa is a graphic design tool that offers a free plan with resizing capabilities for social media platforms. It provides LinkedIn-specific templates and allows you to customize the size of your images for optimal display on the platform.
These tools typically provide pre-set dimensions for LinkedIn images, such as profile pictures, cover photos, or post images. They often include additional features like text overlay, filters, and graphic elements, which can be useful for creating visually appealing content.
Remember to refer to LinkedIn’s recommended image sizes and dimensions for different elements on the platform, as these may change over time. Using a free image editing tool can simplify the process of resizing images and ensure that they fit within LinkedIn’s guidelines for optimal display.
Have you tried any of these tools to help you on LinkedIn?
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