Yahoo CEO Offers Tour of New Flickr Site

Marissa Mayer and Markus Spiering reveal the big changes that are coming to the photo-sharing site.
2:33 | 05/21/13

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I'm back again with marissa mayer because she has more news this morning. All of the fans of flickr are in for a treat and marisa is here to tell us and marcus, great to have you both back. All the screens were showing it. Tell us about it. We completely redesigned the flickr website, made it much more photo centric. The photos pop. We also are making a terabyte available for free for all -- say what it is. Like 500,000 photos. On the average, if you took photos it would take you 500,000 photos to fill that space so it's a huge amount of space, a beautiful new website. It's the place to put your photos. My girls will do their best to fill that up. Yes. They've got years. Marcus, tell us about this. Why don't you walk us through it. Absolutely. I would love to. So what you see here is the new flickr home page. You can see all the photos that appear here. You can come back multiple times a day, see photos and interact with them. Give them feedback like doing a comment and -- so they really do pop. They absolutely pop, yes. On flickr, the amazing thing you have your friends and family but major institutions like the white house or nasa, amazing photos on flickr. Do you think it will change the way people use flickr? I think with the new experience we definitely have broadened our user base and, yeah, it's like we're going to see way, way more photo sharing. That's what I wanted to ask you. What can people do, how they can share the photos? Yes, if you go, for example, to your photo stream which is like where all of your photos live, it's again a very image centric experience. Big photos everywhere and scrolling and to point on the one terabyte, I have 7,000 photos on flickr and I've been on flickr since 2009 and can upload at the same pace for the next 116 years and will not run out of space. Amazing. The other thing that's amazing is the original quality photos. No one else does that where the photo, the full resolution, you don't lose anything when you're doing a share. When you're doing the upload or download. A lot of exciting things happening at yahoo!. Thanks a lot for coming in. Great to have you both here.

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