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There are some problems though when it comes sharing via Facebook. Especially if you would like to share your pictures with only a few, select people, which requires you to create special lists and such. Thankfully, Apple integrated just this functionality on iOS 6, making it possible for you to share just the pictures you want with just the people you want to.
Let’s take a look at how to do it.
Step 1: On your iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch, tap on Photos and then tap on Photo Stream at the bottom center of the screen.
Step 2: Tap on the “+” icon located at the top left corner of the screen. This will bring up the Photo Stream creation screen.
Step 3: Here you will be able to add as many people as you would like to share your Photo Stream with by simply typing their names on the “To:” field. After that, give your shared Photo Stream a name in the field below and tap on the Create button to create your new Shared Photo Stream.
Step 4: Tap on the Shared Photo Stream you just created. Once opened, tap on the Edit button at the top right of the screen. Then tap on Add at the bottom center of the screen, choose the photos that you would like to share and tap on Done to add them to your Shared Photo Stream.
Step 5: The person you shared this Photo Stream with will receive an email notifying them of your invitation to share you newly-created Photo Stream.
Step 6: If you would like to delete your Shared Photo Stream, tap on the blue arrow next to the Photo Stream. There click on Delete Photo Stream to do it.
That’s about it. From now on you will be able to share only the pictures you want with that person. What is even better: All of this is possible right from your iPhone or other iOS device’s Photo Library and only requires this initial setup.
Do you used shared Photo Streams? Let us know in the comments below.
Last updated on 03 February, 2022
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