Flickr: Sets

You can organize your photos in sets. FlickStackr supports Flickr's sets, you can create or delete sets, add or remove photos from sets (one at a time or in batches) and you can browse photos via your sets or other user's sets.

Adding photos to existing sets

  1. Tap on the Sets menu. A list will all your sets will appear.
  2. Tap on the Set you wish to add photos to.
  3. Tap on the "+" (located on the top toolbar). The Photos to Add screen appears.
  4. Tap on the photos you wish to Add to this set (all photos selected will have a green check mark)
  5. Tap on Done

Creating sets and adding photos to them

  1. Tap on the Sets menu. A list will all your sets will appear.
  2. Tap on the + icon located on the top toolbar. The New Set popup appears.
  3. Enter a name for this Set. A description is optional.
  4. Tap on the photos you wish to add to the set (all photos selected will have a green check mark).
  5. When you have finished selecting the photos to add to this new set, tap on Done.
  6. The new set will appear in the list of sets.

Removing photos from sets

  1. Tap on the Sets menu. A list will all your sets will appear.
  2. Tap on the Set where you wish to remove photos.
  3. Tap on the Edit button on the top toolbar. You are now in Edit mode.
  4. Tap on the photos you wish to remove from this set.
  5. Tap on the photos you wish to delete from the set. (If you need to invert your selection tap on Toggle Selection)
  6. Once you have selected all the photos to remove from this set, tap on the Delete button that appears at the bottom of the screen. The photos are removed from this set. (The photos are only removed from the set, they are still in your photostream)

Removing Sets

  1. Tap on the Sets menu. A list will all your sets will appear.
  2. Tap on the Edit button located on the top toolbar
  3. Tap on the sets you wish to remove.
  4. Once you have selected all the sets to remove, tap on the Delete button (at the bottom of the screen)
  5. The sets will be removed.
Last update June 6, 2013

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