How to Use Snapfish to Share Your Photos


Snapfish is an excellent online photo sharing service that allows you to upload your high resolution photographs for family and friends to share. It is a great way of keeping in touch with loved one, however far away, and it's completely free. All you need is to sign up for the service and begin uploading. You also have unlimited storage so you can store as many photos as you like to keep your family in the picture.

Things You'll Need

  • Internet access
  • Snapfish account
  • Photos
  • Start your web browser and type into the address bar.

  • Click on the 'how snapfish works' link at the bottom left of the page. This will give you valuable insight into the way the service works.

  • Click the 'get started' button after you are satisfied with the general outline of the service and the way in which it works.

  • Register for the service by signing up with your personal details. Alternatively, sign in if you have already registered for the service.

  • Sign in if you haven't already done so and click on the upload options.

  • Browse for the appropriate photograph files on your computer and upload to share.

Tips & Warnings

  • When signing up, enter a genuine and readily accessible email address. Although it might be tempting to avoid putting a genuine address to avoid unwanted emails, a valid email address is necessary for verification.
  • You can also get quality prints from Snapfish for a great price.
  • Photographs can take up a great deal of disk space, but it is definitely necessary to back up your images in case of file loss or problems with the Snapfish server. This way you can make sure you will always have a copy of your photos available.

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