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Snapseed provides a number of ways to share your images..
SHARING VIA EMAIL
- Tap Share from the Home view and select Email.
- A new email message will be created with your image included in the message body.
- Tap the To: field to enter the recipient’s email address.
- To select the size of the image, add a CC or BCC, or select which account the email will be sent from, tap the word ‘images’ as shown below.
- Enter your message and click Send.
Your image will be posted into your Flickr stream based on the settings you selected.
Sharing via Facebook
- Tap Share from the Home view and select Facebook
- Write a caption for your photo and choose one of the available albums
- On iOS, tap Publish. On Android, tap Post.
Your image will be posted into your account and visible to your friends and family (based on the privacy settings you have set within your Facebook account).
Sharing via Twitter
To post images to your Twitter account, select Twitter from the Share menu and authorize Snapseed to connect to you Twitter account. After this, you will be able to post images directly to your Twitter feed.
- Tap Share from the Home view and select Twitter
- Write a caption for your photo that fits within the 119 available characters.
- On iOS, tap Send. On Android, tap Tweet.
Your image will be posted into to your Twitter feed and be visible to all of your followers.
Sharing via INstagram
- Opening your image in Instagram
- In order for the Instagram option to be listed in the Share menu, you must have the Instagram app installed on your device.
- To post images to your Instagram account, select Instagram from the Share menu. The Snapseed and Instagram apps will switch and the image you were working on, along with all of the edits, will be opened within Instagram.
- Follow the normal steps to post your image into your Instagram account.
- Open In…
Snapseed can open your edited image into any other app currently installed on your device that supports image files. By selecting Open In… and then the app you want to open your image into, Snapseed and that app will switch and your image, along with all of the edits, will be displayed within your app.