The VSCO platform is understood by professional photographers as a great location to modify pictures, utilize filters, and produce a digital portfolio area. With new features on the way, VSCO is looking to end up being a social community area for creatives.
Contributing to its suite of services for visual images, VSCO introduced its Spaces function in 2015. Areas permit collective image albums to be developed around particular styles, with users able to chat about their style options.
This month, the platform is looking to include the capability for users to share text-based posts. It will likewise permit users to chat with each other despite who is following who, as much as 3 new discussions a day for non-paying users.
Where Spaces were typically covert personal collections, VSCO is likewise now allowing users to reveal sneak peeks of Spaces so that potential members can see whether it’s for them.
“They can be genuine, they can explore their imagination; progressively, they can get in touch with others and construct community around that and actually pursue whatever objectives and goals they have” VSCO president Eric Wittman described in an interview with TechCrunch.
Confessing that a great deal of VSCO users like the app for the filters, he states they likewise “were sort of fulfilling new people or being motivated by other individuals on VSCO, however then they didn’t actually have a way to communicate with them”
While it is now permitting higher communication in between users, VSCO still will not be including remark or ‘like’ features to the platform, stating they can make people feel evaluated.