There are many instances when you want to make minor edits to your images before you schedule them. Maybe you want to resize a photo for different social networks, edit the coloring or enhance the lighting, or add some text to turn a simple photo into a graphic. Instead of trying to edit an image on another application, we integrated editing into Viraltag.

You can refer to the detailed steps below to edit your images using the Enhance feature.

1. Once you have selected your desired image, you will be directed to scheduling screen. Here, click on the "Enhance Image" button on the bottom right hand corner of the image.

2. You will see an image editing screen where you can use a host of different functions for editing your images. Each of them have been described in detail below -


You can crop your images by clicking on the crop image borders and dragging. You could also mention specific width and height dimensions or choose one of the preset crop dimensions.


You can quickly achieve professional results with a curated collection of 25 photo effects, designed to easily enhance and stylize your images.


You can add text to display over the image. You can also change the color and font of the image and change the position of your text by dragging the text box.


There are several stickers to choose from to animate your images. Add them to give a comical effect to your posts!

In addition to these, there are two more features you can use in posts requiring touch-ups. The Blemish feature helps even out the portion of the image which may have splotches and uneven color. Red-eye is used for red-eye removal in images that have for example, a close-up of a face.

After every function, if you are happy with the changes, then click on the blue "Apply" button on the top right hand corner of the window. If you would like to discard the changes, click on the "Cancel" button on the top left hand corner of the window.

3. After all your changes, click on the blue "Save" button on the top right hand corner of the window.

4. Your edited image will now appear in the scheduling screen.

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