Here's how to create your submission.
Try submitting images and captions about whatever you’re passionate about and use the web for. There’s no wrong answer.
Ok, so there are some wrong answers. You shouldn’t upload images containing nudity or sexual content of any kind, violence or gore, or hate. Basically, don’t add anything you wouldn’t be OK with your Mom seeing. You also shouldn’t upload any images you don’t own the rights to or that feature people that aren’t alright with you putting their picture online.
Most words, minus the bad ones, are acceptable but there are a few things you should stray away from writing. You shouldn’t write text that uses someone else’s trademark but feel free to be as creative as you want and use generic terms.
Your photo and first name will be shown on g.co/foreveryone, and your photo may also appear in banners advertising Chromebook, or on screens in New York’s Times Square, for promotional purposes.
No problem. Just let us know using the “report photo” button next to the image or email email@example.com. We’ll follow up on the problem immediately.
You must be at least 13 years of age to use the site or add something to the For Everyone gallery.
Yep, but only if they said they’re OK with it.
Nope. You can only add pictures of people you know personally.
Here’s how to create your submission.
Click the CREATE button anywhere you see it.
Drag and drop an image or click ADD IMAGE
Type something and change the color.
Submit your image to appear on the site then share publicly with others.
Submissions are limited to certain devices and browsers. If you’re viewing on a device or browser that does not allow you to submit try downloading a modern browser like Chrome here.