Photo streaming would have never been easier until what Flickr introduces Camera Roll. This brand new feature is a handy tool which will simplify the process of managing your Flickr account including browsing, editing and organizing of your photos. So, if you never had adequate options to explore your interests for photo sharing, this is the right time.
Flickrâ€™s New Camera Roll
Flickr has actually made your photo sharing experience all the more enjoyable with Camera Roll. It is designed to ease the task of organize your photos and albums and make it faster too.. How?
How Camera Roll works?
Camera Roll unveils a whole new platform to browse, edit and organize your photos on its desktop interface. Â It simplifies the entire process for you whether browsing or searching photos, editing or organizing your photos by date clicked or date posted.
- Just go to your Flickr page
- Find Camera Roll feature as a Beta Badge under the â€˜You Menuâ€™.
There, you are ready to experience everything that Camera Roll has to offer. Check if it is available on your Flickr account; opt for the feature to see how it transforms your passion for photo sharing.
Things to look out for
Camera Roll by Flickr is designed with a slew of features â€“ here you can take a look at its specialties:
Refine image search with Timeline
On the left side of the page, it carries a timeline of years for photographs lying in your account. With timeline flashing on your page, you wonâ€™t have to scratch your head while searching for a photo you shared two years back. All youâ€™ll need to do is just click around the timeline and your camera Roll will take you to the correct position in time.Â Doesnâ€™t this feature gives you a feel of owing a giant camera roll that stores all your photos from first to the most recent one? There isnâ€™t any doubt that Flickr has made browsing through your images using its timeline feature a very lesser hassling experience.
Access multiple photos at a time
Still in Beta, Camera Rollâ€™s speedy and intuitive browser-based desktop interface lets you jump to your desired time slot and make changes to multiple photos at once. You can select multiple photos at a time by clicking each of them individually or just by dragging your mouse over them. Once selected, you can perform actions like changing privacy on the images, editing them, adding them to an album or deleting them from your collection.
Organizing photos gets easier
Camera Roll, this brand new feature by Flickr, also lets you organize your photos by date, either the date you clicked or the date you posted them. You can go for any option â€“ both ways it is extremely easy for you. Also, you can simply double-click a particular photo to view the respective photoâ€™s page in a new window. So, what are you waiting for? Get ready to explore a whole new experience of photo sharing in just a few clicks.
So, if you enjoy taking trips back in time and reviewing your older images, or if you like to work with multiple photos at a time, you are probably going to love exploring the new Camera Roll feature. The feature is available to limited users only, so if itâ€™s not on your cards; donâ€™t feel low as you are likely to get its access soon.