Using the Photos app on an iPhone, this article details the steps necessary to share an entire album with others. In order to enable shared albums on your iPhone, follow these steps:
You must first enable iCloud Photo Sharing’s shared albums functionality before you can share any photo album. Listed below are the steps:
- Select the Preferences menu.
- Select Images.
- Change the toggle for “Shared Albums” to the “on” position.
What You Need to Know About Uploading Preexisting I Phone Albums
- If you already have an album full of images you want to show off to your pals, here’s how to do it:
- To start sharing an album, go to the Albums tab and then hit it.
- Tap …
- Select the Share Photos option.
- Select “Add to Public Album.”
- Select Albums to Share.
- Select a New Album to Share (even though the album already exists on your iPhone, you have to create a shared album for others to see it).
- Next, give the shared album a title by typing in the text box.
Just type in the contacts you’d like to send the album to, whether it’s their names, email addresses, or phone numbers. You can select them from a pull-down menu if they are already in your Contacts. Those who don’t utilise an iPhone will be represented by blue.
The Step-By-Step Guide to Making an I Phone Album Public
For those who have a number of images but haven’t organised them into an album, you have the option of doing so before showing them to others. Steps to take are as follows:
- Choose to Create a New Public Album.
- Name the album and proceed to the next step.
- To invite individuals to view the album, type in their names, email addresses, or phone numbers. If they are already saved in your Contacts app, a pull-down menu will appear. People who also use iPhones will appear in blue.
- Explore the collection of pictures you already have. You can start adding pictures to the new album by tapping them one by one.
- Once you’ve selected the photographs you wish to include in the new album, tap Add.
- If you’d want to send a personalised message to the folks you’re sharing the album with, you can do so before tapping the Post button.
- Create the shared album, see its contents, and modify or delete its photographs as you see fit. To adjust the album’s preferences, see the aforementioned callout’s suggestions.