Sharing Photo Stream via iPhoto on Mac [How To]

Apple is working hard to release new firmware updates and apps. If you have a Mac device then after taking photos you’ll always think to share your photos with your friends and family members. Yes Apple made it too easy to share your photos quickly. Here is how to share a photo stream via iPhoto on Mac.

iPhoto is a handy app for Mac that can be used to create a photo stream and then you can share that photo streams with your friends etc very simply. Just choose the recipients and share your photos with them and the important thing is that iPhoto has a solution for those users too who don’t use Apple devices.

Sharing Photo Stream On Mac via iPhoto

Steps To Share Photo Stream on Mac via iPhoto:

Step No 1:- First of all launch iPhoto.

Step No 2:- Next, Click on photos that you wish to share by holding the Command key.

Step No 3:- Now click on the “Share” button from the toolbar.

Share Photo Stream via iPhoto on Mac

Step No 4:- Select Photo Stream from the pop up menu and choose New Photo Stream.

Step No 5:- Here just type in the email address of the people who you wish to invite after a dialogue box appears on the screen saying “Share with”.

Step No 6:- Share the photo stream by pressing Share button.

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  5. How To Change Apple ID E-mail Address On iPhone

But if the person who has not Apple device then it is also possible to share your photo stream with him/her. Just check the Public Website option. Let us know in the comments area below if you have tried this method or having query about the above steps.

Aamir Jamal

Founder of iGitBlog.Com. Technology Enthusiast & Student Of MIT, Eager to Write on Blogging, Technology, Gaming, Apps Reviews and Gadgets.

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