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How to Turn Photo Stream into a Public Website

2013-07-15 12:05:26 / Posted by to How to iPhone
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Photo Stream is the wonderful features provided by iCloud service, which lets you view your recent photos on your devices wirelessly. I have introduced how to use iCloud control panel to share selected photos with others before. Now I will show you another convenient way to make it easy to share Photo albums with anyone, that is, to turn Photo Stream into a public Website.
To access this function, just follow several simple steps:
Go to "Settings" > "Photos & Camera" and make sure that both "My Photo Stream" and "Shared photo Stream" are "On".
photos & camera

Open the Photo app; choose the option of "Photo Stream" at the top, and then the present Photo Stream will be listed soon. If you have tapped the "Edit" at the top right of the page and created a Photo Stream album, it will also give you a default Photo Stream. If not, tap the "+" button at the upper-left corner to create a Photo Stream album. Then it will bring up a popover dialog box. Enter a name in the bar at random. The most important part is to slide the button of "Public Website" to "On".
public-website

If you tap the "Share Link", you can send the link to your friends and relatives via mail, message, and Twitter and so on. People who open the link can visit your selected Photo Stream directly.
share-link

More about Shared Photo Stream

Share your favorite photos with you friends and make fun! Your friends and family members can comment on your photos, which show your funny expression or sassy new haircut. Don't worry about your iCloud storage because sharing photo stream is by working over Wi-Fi and cellular networks.

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