Steps to interact with shared Photo Streams on your iPhone and iPad

With shared Photo Streams, you can share, like and comment on photos with family and friends around the world, similar to how you would on social networking sites ( like Facebook, Instagram). Let’s find out more about this:

Check out steps to let other add photos to your shared Photo Streams on iPhone or iPad

iCloud allows you to share Photo Streams with others. Especially, people in the same group can upload to one photo stream together.

Step 1: First off, you need to go to the Photos app on your device

Step 2: You now need tap Shared at the bottom of the screen

Step 3: Then, you have to tap the album for which you want to allow subscribers to add photos

  • You need to tap Sharing in the upper left corner to go back to your list of shared photo albums to exit out of your shared Activity stream first.

Step 4: Here, you need to tap People at the bottom right of the screen

Step 5: Lastly, add others photos to your shared Photo Stream by toggling the switch Subscribers can Post ON

After finishing these steps, everyone who subscribes to your Shared Photo Stream can upload their photos to the same album.

Check out steps to like or comment on photos in a shared Photo Stream on iPhone or iPad

As stated, you can like and comment on photos in a shared Photo Stream, similar to the way you would on Instagram or Facebook.

Step 1: First off, you need to launch the Photos app on your device

Step 2: Next, tap Shared at the bottom of the screen

Step 3: Then, you have to tap the album for which you want to like or comment on a photo

  • You need to tap Sharing in the upper left corner to go back to your list of shared photo albums

Step 4: Now, you now need to select a photo

Step 5: Then, you have to tap Like in the bottom right corner to like the photo

Step 6: Lastly, you need to add a comment by tapping Add a comment in the bottom middle

You can tap Hide Comments under a photo that has a comment attached to it to hide all comments in a shared Photo Stream.

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