Adding images to a set
Go to the Make Flashcards page and create a new flashcard set. You can add images to the Definition side, with or without text. For inspiration, check out some examples of flash cards with images. Click the "Add Images" checkbox and three buttons will pop up: "add text," "upload image," and "search images."
Search Images on Flickr
Use the "search images" button to browse and import billions of free images from Flickr. (Please note we only show Flickr images available through the Creative Commons license.)
Type in a term to search, for example "cow," and use the Prev and Next buttons to view available images. Click "Use this image" to select the one you'd like.
Upload your own images
Quizlet lets you upload images of any size, but we show smaller versions in study modes so they fit on your screen. To view a larger version when studying flashcards, hit the "fullscreen" icon on the set page in the Flashcard player.
There are three reasons why images may not appear on your flashcards:
- You're on an iPad. Unfortunately Apple does not make this possible.
- Flickr is blocked. Go to www.flickr.com. Do you see a webpage? If not, then Flickr is blocked on your network and you will not be able to view flashcards with Flickr images. Ask your IT administrator to allow access (whitelist) to Flickr.
- Quizlet is blocked. Even if you can use Quizlet.com, the images section may still be blocked. Try clicking on this link. Do you see an image of Quizlet's logo? If not, then Quizlet is still partially blocked. Ask your IT administrator to allow access to (whitelist) both quizlet.com, quizlet.net, and all their subdomains.