How to Filter Images by License Type in Bing

Are you looking for images for personal or commercial reasons in Bing and are wondering whether you can use it, share it or modify it. What are the license types?

For this, you need to read this article.


How to Filter Images by License Type

You have to use the licensing filter to locate images that you may use, distribute, or alter for personal or business/commercial purposes.

The Creative Commons license system is used to create the images filter in Bing.

To get image results that fit your intended usage, you have to choose a filter option.

Below are some of the choices that you may use to filter your results, as well as how to utilize them:

Bing Image Search Filters

Public Domain: You can use these images as the image creator has waived their exclusive rights.

Free to share and use: You are free to distribute and use them. It’s possible that you won’t be able to change or alter anything. Modification, sharing, and commercial use of them may also be prohibited. This choice usually produces the largest image results.

Free to share and use commercially: You are free to distribute and use them for personal or business reasons. It’s possible that altering or modifying for personal or commercial gain may be prohibited.

Free to modify, share, and use: They are editable, shareable, and usable. Modifying, distributing, and exploiting them for commercial gain may be prohibited.

Free to modify, share, and use commercially: You can make changes to them, distribute them, and use them for personal or business reasons. This choice usually yields the fewest outcomes.

Once you have found an image that you like, go to the image’s original website to find out what kind of license the image has.

Next, go to the Creative Commons website and review the license, including its terms, restrictions, and attribution requirements.

After you’ve finished your study, you should have a good idea of how and when you may utilize the image.

Please note that Bing does not verify or suggest that a picture is linked with a specific license or that you are permitted to use the image under that license.

So this is how you can easily find and filter images in Bing for your image search.

I hope that this article has helped you in some way. If you still have any questions regarding this, then you can post them in the comments section provided below this post.


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