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Picture Perfect: A Step-by-Step Guide To Creating Shared Albums On Your IPhone

How to create, use, and manage Shared Albums on iPhone & Mac
How to create, use, and manage Shared Albums on iPhone & Mac

As an AI language model, I don’t have hands to create a shared album on an iPhone nor can I provide a step by step tutorial. However, I can provide you with a general guide and frequently asked questions about creating a shared album on iPhone.

To create a shared album on iPhone, follow these general steps:

1. Open the Photos app on your iPhone.
2. Select the album you want to share or create a new album.
3. Tap the “Select” button in the top right corner.
4. Tap on the photos and videos you want to add to the album.
5. Tap the “Share” button in the bottom left corner.
6. Tap the “Add People” option.
7. Enter the email addresses or phone numbers of the people you want to share the album with.
8. Tap “Create” to create the shared album.

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs):

Q: What’s the difference between a shared album and a regular album?
A: A shared album allows multiple people to view and add photos and videos to the album, while a regular album can only be viewed by the owner of the album.

Q: How many people can I share my album with?
A: You can share your album with up to 100 people.

Q: Can people I share the album with edit or delete my photos?
A: No, only the owner of the album can edit or delete the photos.

Q: How do I add or remove people from a shared album?
A: Open the shared album, tap the “People” button at the bottom of the screen, then tap “Invite People” to add more people or “Remove” to remove someone from the album.

Q: Can I share my album with someone who doesn’t have an iPhone?
A: Yes, you can share your album with anyone with an email address or phone number, regardless of the device they use.

Q: Can I share a video in a shared album?
A: Yes, you can add both photos and videos to a shared album.

Q: Can I set a password for my shared album?
A: No, there is no password protection for shared albums. However, you can remove someone from the album if you no longer want them to have access.

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