Discussion in 'Camping at Disney World' started by surferrat, Oct 2, 2006.
Pineapple upside down cake just came out of the cardboard box oven
A shark, it was a shark.
A mean one too. Somewhere there is a mechanical squirrel...
here it is
Now that does look good.
At the fort today. this was as you were leaving river country / Mickey backyard BBQ area
On the beach waiting for the July 4th fireworks
I wanted to bump this thread up yesterday. Thanks for the new pictures.
Are there directions for how to take a picture and add it to a post? From a phone?
I have to transfer my pictures from my phone to my Google Photos account. From there, I can either download to my computer or save to my tablet, then I can upload to here.
maxine, here is how I do it from a phone.
The short answer is I use photobucket to link the picture.
First I have downloaded the photobucket app, established an account, and built a default folder for picture uploads.
Second as I take pix and share them (tweet/instagram/text) I see the option for the photobucket app. I select pb and make sure it uploads to the default folder.
I take lots of pix and always choose to upload to pb.
When I am ready to post on the DIS,
I open a second window/screen on my phone - one for the DIS to build a post and one for photobucket. In the pb window I navigate down to the folder for this trip and for each picture go to the "share links" option (it looks like a capital V with the open end facing the right) and choose the "copy link to clipboard" and then select the IMG/4th link option (hold your finger on the link momentarily and it should say "copied").
Flip over to your DIS window and past the link. This is not easy and it helps if you have a big screen (6.2" is what I have on my Samsung Mega).
If someone has an easier way, I'd love to hear what it is.
@bama_ed that is how I do mine. After posting a few pictures the process becomes quick and simple.
Thanks, bama_ed! I'll have to print that response, and study it for awhile. I will figure this out, I know. It just seems complicated right now.
@bama_ed do you use Photobucket on your pc as well? I find PB is very quick on my phone but crawls on my pc laptop. Wondering if you have the same issue.
I can't say that PB is any slower on my laptop. Honestly though, I find it awkward (despite jets70's assurances) to use the phone method but will do it but briefly. On my trips to the Fort I usually bring my Chromebook and use that for late night/early morning updates. Personally I'd much rather use my CB and grab the links off PB than try to use my phone and the mobile PB app to do the same. But when I am in the parks if I want to post a picture or update I have no option but my phone.
Bottom line with laptop or Chromebook, PB works just fine for me.
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