- 1 Why can’t I see shared albums on my iPhone?
- 2 How can I see shared albums?
- 3 Why am I not getting shared album invite?
- 4 What happens if I turn off shared albums on iPhone?
- 5 Does deleting a shared album delete the photos?
- 6 Why can’t I see Google Photos shared with me?
- 7 How do I see shared photos on iCloud?
- 8 How do I get a shared album invite?
- 9 How can I make my iCloud shared album faster?
- 10 Why does iCloud photo sharing says waiting?
- 11 Can you recover a deleted shared album?
- 12 How do I hide a shared album on my iPhone?
- 13 When you unsubscribe from a shared album does it notify the person?
Tap Settings > [your name] > iCloud > Photos. Turn on Shared Albums. Go back to the Home screen. Open Photos and tap the Albums tab.
Manage your conversations and albums On your mobile device, open the Google Photos app. At the top left, tap. You can access your shared albums and sharing activity, like comments and recently added photos. New sharing activity will be in bold.
Make sure both your iPhone and the other member’s iPhone have iCloud Photo Sharing AND iCloud Photo Library turned on. Make sure you have the same settings set up on your Mac/iPad if you use any.
Disabling it turns off any photos you’ve shared in albums to other people, but it also deletes all shared images from other people that are on your iOS or macOS device. So disabling it won’t remove any images from your libraries or Camera Roll from your devices.
Deleting shared albums that you created will remove the photos and videos stored in them AND unsubscribe the people with whom you’ve shared the album. Those people will “lose” the shared photos and videos, unless they explicitly made a copy in their own Camera roll or iCloud Photo Library.
Why can’t I see an album that was shared with me in Google Photos? It’s possible that you have multiple email accounts, and you’re not logged in as the one that the person shared the album with. That’s what’s been the problem every time I’ve been unable to share something.
To do that, go to Settings > iCloud > turn on iCloud Photo Sharing. Next, go to your Photos app and click on Shared. In the Shared albums folder at the bottom, click on the Plus sign that says “New Shared Album.” Type in the name of your album.
When an album is shared with you, you’ll receive an invitation in your email. Click the Subscribe button in the message, and the Photos app loads the album into its Shared category. To view the album on the Mac, look in the left-hand sidebar in Shared > Shared Albums and select the album.
Speed Up iCloud Photo Uploads from iPhone Connect to to Wifi. Go to settings -> General and set Auto-Lock to Never. Go to Settings -> iCloud -> Photos and let the iPhone on this screen. Wait,
Why does iCloud photo sharing says waiting?
See if you’re on low power mode. Occasionally, an iCloud Photo link will work but it’ll hang when loading the actual images. Essentially, you’ll see an endless “ waiting for photos ” indicator at the bottom of the photo link. This can sometimes be the result of a network error or a slow internet connection.
After you confirm deleting a shared album, you cannot restore it. All your original media remains in place, so there’s no worry about losing images or videos, but comments and other metadata added to the shared library is lost.
Open Photos and tap the Albums tab. Scroll down and look for the Hidden album under Utilities. If you’re on an iPad, you might need to tap the sidebar icon in the upper-left corner, then scroll down until you see the Hidden album under Utilities.
there is no notification sent, but they can tell if they go look. Note the little X to the left of the subscriber who unsubscribed. When you right click on them, you can re-invite or remove them.