How to Make All Private Photos on Flickr Public

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You can set the privacy settings for all photos that you upload to the Flickr image hosting service to determine whether your shots are visible to the public. While you can set the permissions for each photo individually during or after the upload, this can be a chore, if you have already uploaded a large number of photos. The batch organizer enables you to select all your private photos and then make these public at once.

  • Sign in to your Flickr account and hover your mouse cursor over "You" on the top-left corner of the page.

  • Click "Organize" from the list of options and then select "All your content" from the drop-down list.

  • Click "More options" next to the blue "Search" button and then select "Only show private content" from the new drop-down list that appears.

  • Click the radio button next to "Photos" and then click "Select all" above the image thumbnails.

  • Click and drag the selected thumbnails into the work area in the middle of the page.

  • Click "Permissions" and then select "Who can see, comment, tag" from the drop-down list.

  • Click the radio button next to "Anyone (Public)" and then click the "Change Permissions" button.

  • Click "Thanks" once all the private photos have been set to "Public."

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