Chrome Extension Guide

The Falcon Chrome extension is the best way to quickly and easily add images and pages directly from your Chrome browser to the Falcon Content Pool. Build up your original, third-party, and user-generated content on the go. Download the extension here and follow the below steps for more guidance.

All images and links added to the Content Pool through the Falcon Chrome extension will automatically have a 'From Chrome' label attached to them. At the time of saving the asset to the Content Pool, you will not be able to edit this label or add new labels.

When adding the stock item to the Content Pool, please be aware of the disclaimer in the top left-hand corner that indicates which organization you are signed into and where the stock item will be saved.

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Add images to the Falcon Content Pool

There are two ways to add an image to the Content Pool using the extension:

  • When hovering over an image you will see a blue 'Add to Falcon' button. Click on this button and you will be redirected to save it as a stock item in the Falcon Content Pool.

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  • Right-click on the image and select 'Add image to Falcon' to save it in the Content Pool.

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Note:

The image on a page must be a minimum width of 350px and a minimum height of 25px in order for the Falcon extension to identify it as a shareable image.

Note:

You can customize the position of the blue button, or disable it. Right-click on the extension logo in your browser menu and click 'Options'. Here you can select the 'Image overlay' to be off or on and change the position of the overlay.

Add links to the Falcon Content Pool

There are two ways to add a link to the Content Pool using the extension:

  • Click on the Falcon extension logo in your extensions menu.

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  • Right click on the page you would like to add, and select 'Add page to Falcon' from the drop-down menu.

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