Describe Your Photos Once your photos are finished uploading, click on describe your photos
Describe Your Photos Add Title , Description , and Tags . Click on Save .
Your photos When viewing the “ Your photos ” page, click directly on a photo to access additional options
Things to do with a photo!
Delete or add a tag
Edit licensing information
Place on map
View camera info.
Edit title, description, and tags
Edit privacy settings
Why aren’t my photos showing?
New accounts are marked Pending until Flickr administrators have reviewed them.
Photos in pending accounts won’t show up in:
Public photo lists (e.g., “Everyone’s Photos”)
Pages that show all photos tagged with a certain tag
Groups, if you aren’t a group member
Upload at least 5 public photos to get your account in the review queue
Review process takes 3-5 days
What are Groups?
Places to share photos related to a particular theme (e.g., a geographic location, subject matter, photographic technique, etc.)
There are 3 types of groups:
Public – Anyone can join instantly
Public (invite only) – The group page is public, but the only way to join is by invitation
Private – Only group members and those who have been invited can view the group page
Search for a Group / Create a New Group
Search for a Group by Name Click here to go to the Group’s page
Join a Group Click on Join this group
Request an Invitation to Join Public (Invite Only) Groups If the group is an “invite only” Public group, you will be taken to an invitation request form. Fill it out and send it in to request an invitation!
Adding Pictures to a Group While viewing a photo, click on the Send to Group icon. Choose a group to add your photo to. Only groups you belong to will be listed.
What are Sets?
Sets are a way to group related pictures together within your account – sort of like creating thematic photo albums!
Creating Sets / Adding Photos to Sets While viewing a photo, click on the Add To Set icon. Choose an existing set to add your photo to or create a new set .
Editing Sets Click on Organize Your sets to open the Flickr Organizr . Next double click on the set you want to work with.
Batch Edit Options Batch edit options
What are Contacts
Contacts are other Flickr users with whom you want some level of relationship.
Making someone a contact gives you easier access to their public photos.
Making someone a contact is the first step in sharing private photos with them; the second step is marking them as:
Adding Contacts Decide if you want to designate this contact as Friend or Family Click on right side of a buddy icon to open the drop-down menu; select Add as a contact option. Your new contact will appear on your Profile page