One of the most power feature is that you can edit same elements like your name, photo and social handle across your template with just one click.
You get a one large seamless canvas. You can paste anything on it to create seamless effects for your carousels.
There are pre made templates which you can use to get started. You can edit them & save it for your account. You can also publish your designs publicly.
Clone anything to the next slide at same position with just 1-click. This will save ton of your time.
Edit all same colored objects from just one point. It's like magic.
Save your design and edit that design for later. You also have option to publish your design publicly.Zip (PNGs) for IG carousels PDF for linkedIn carousels
Turn your Twitter Threads into carousel posts
Turn your blogposts into carousel posts for LinkedIn & IG
Turn any long form of text content into a carousel post.
Your each podcast episode should have a carousel post.
Carousels are growing. Recently Twitter also added Carousel for their advertisers. They perform much better because they are interactive and visually more appealing. It also gives you more creative freedom. A recent study of over 22 million IG posts, finds carousels are the most engaging type of content.
So Contentdrips Carousel Maker makes it easier for you to design seamless carousels just from your browser. You should definitely go heavy on carousels.
Great question! I've tried carousels on Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator and even Canva. Adobe softwares are desktop softwares they require some level of skills. I tried Canva for some weeks, but problem was that it was not built for carousels. I had a really hard time getting everything done perfectly as it's not one canvas.
Plus these tools are not smart, they lack some parts of automations. For e.g in Contentdrips it takes your profile once like name, avatar, handle and website url. Now these all information can be updated from one point.