Facebook Shared Photo Album with Multiple Contributors

Interested in sharing photos in a group? Facebook allows you this facility…

As per the latest Facebook update, you can use your Facebook account to create shared photo albums and visit and re-visit all your nostalgic moments – be it a college reunion, a classmate’s wedding or even your kid’s first Parents Day in school! And what’s more? To this album there can be up to 50 contributors uploading a maximum of 200 photos each! Phew, this is quite a number for sure. With this update, Facebook has sure scored some brownie points, especially among photo buffs. Facebook definitely aims to take the group engagement pleasures to a never before high…

How to create a Shared Album with multiple contributors

In case you are reading this piece of information for the first time, you might as well be interested in knowing how you could create a group album. So, here you go…

  • Log in to your Facebook account
  • Go to your Profile page and click on the Photos tab, appearing on the top
  • This will take you to your Photo stream
  • Scroll to the ‘Create Album’ tab on the top right corner and click on it
  • Select the particular images you would like to include in this album
  • You can supplement your pictures with relevant information if you wish to
  • Navigate to the ‘Post Photos’ button, located in the lower right-hand corner, and click it
  • On the screen that will now display, select the ‘Make Shared Album’ option located on the upper left-hand corner
  • You can now select the other contributors (by adding their names) to the album and complete your task

You can access the same options to add other images, at a later time and as per your convenience. Also, if you would like to modify the privacy settings of this album, you can do so at this point. Public, Contributors, and Friends of Contributors are the three available options that you can pick from and accordingly select one to apply on your album. As is the case with other Facebook features, you can edit and re-edit any setting or picture as you may like it.

This Facebook feature isn’t currently open to all; so, till you can actually implement this, keep the planning on…

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