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Emailing images drom within the Gallery

  • 24 August 2020
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Is there an easy way to email a specific photo from a gallery, straight to a client? Rather than having to locate individual images from a hard drive, I’d like to be able to select a photo in a Gallery and email the client via Shootproof. 
 

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Best answer by Jonathan at TechEdge 24 August 2020, 19:22

You can create individual albums within the gallery, then share the album. I use this for school pictures - I had an album for each student. This method means I needed to be organized in how I collected all the photos, where they were saved on my computer, then how they were uploaded. However, once all uploaded, I could simply click on the album within the gallery and email just that album and it worked quite well! The ‘vendor’ album works great too - you can use this to email ‘hidden’ albums that don’t show up as a regular album.

If you are concerned about Privacy - you can also assign passwords to individual albums so that albums cannot be viewed without a passcode. And you can assign passcodes in bulk - that’s a nice time saver!

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Hi @BelindaP, is this just so you can help a client locate a specific image? If so, I’d just go into the gallery from the client end, find the image, and send that link to them if possible. Otherwise, there is no share option that I’ve been able to find for an individual image. This would be a great idea to post for voting in the “Share Your Ideas” forum. 

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You can create individual albums within the gallery, then share the album. I use this for school pictures - I had an album for each student. This method means I needed to be organized in how I collected all the photos, where they were saved on my computer, then how they were uploaded. However, once all uploaded, I could simply click on the album within the gallery and email just that album and it worked quite well! The ‘vendor’ album works great too - you can use this to email ‘hidden’ albums that don’t show up as a regular album.

If you are concerned about Privacy - you can also assign passwords to individual albums so that albums cannot be viewed without a passcode. And you can assign passcodes in bulk - that’s a nice time saver!

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What @Jonathan at TechEdge said. This is a great option, especially for those school pictures options! Thanks for sharing!

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