How do I share a photo or album?
To share an album or all albums
From the main album or any album page, tap Share in the upper left.
To share a single photo
Go to the photo and tap the share icon:
The wonderful thing about sharing your photos from dotPhoto is that you have one place where you can upload, organize and edit your photos, and – after creating the story you want to tell – you can share your photos as you like – through email, Facebook, Twitter, Google Plus, Pinterest, discussion boards, and many other sharing services. dotPhoto will send your albums, slideshows or individual images wherever on the web that you meet your friends.
See the video above for a 3-minute demonstration of dotPhoto's sharing options.
You can share photos or albums through emails, forums, web sites, Facebook or other popular sharing tools.
The easiest way to share is to choose a photo first: click on any album, and click on a photo.
Click on the Share button in the upper left corner.
You can share either the entire album starting with this photo OR the single photo.
The Share screen presents two options for either the album or the photo:
1. Copy a link
2. Share through a social network like Facebook, Twitter, Google Plus, Pinterest or other network.
Copying and Pasting a Link
Click on the copy button and paste the link into your email, online forum, Facebook post or web site. If you copy a link, the button will change to the word Copied. Nothing else appears to happen, but you can now paste the link into your email or Facebook post or another online forum. Copying and pasting links is one of the fastest ways to share. The shortcut for pasting in Windows is CTRL-V. To paste in Mac: Command-V. When you are finished sharing, click on the Finished Sharing button at the bottom of the screen.
Direct Sharing with Menu Buttons
Click on the icon (for instance, the blue Facebook icon), login (if necessary) to the sharing site, and share. The link should already be in your social media tool.
In Facebook, you can add a commentary about your photo or album before you choose the Post to Facebook button.
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