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Federico Viticci
Pretty cool new feature in iOS 12 beta 3: you can now easily generate links for individual pictures in the Photos app to share with others. Links last for 30 days.
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Benjamin Mayo 3 Jul 18
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It works if you select multiple too.
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Greg Barbosa 3 Jul 18
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And it works in Beta 2 for multiple pictures automatically. Never saw that happen before.
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Tim Nahumck 3 Jul 18
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I want this for files too. Give me that, and I'll be a happy man
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Doug 4 Jul 18
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Just to confirm (because I only discovered this a few weeks ago), you can share links from files itโ€™s just the UI is much more hidden than this design.
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Doug 4 Jul 18
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But I assume you probably meant that it would be nice to have that shortcut in Files (which it would!)
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Tim Nahumck 4 Jul 18
Replying to @digitalfx_ @viticci
Yes, that's more of what I meant. But, I didn't know that I could create a link in that way. Thanks for teaching me something new!
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Ridha Hassoun, PharmD 3 Jul 18
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Hope it comes for files too.
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Dave 3 Jul 18
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Finally! Sharing with links is something I do often with Google photos. A native feature to iOS will take that extra step out ๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿป
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domenico panacea 3 Jul 18
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Cool!
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Jerrod Banks 3 Jul 18
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Hhhmmmm.... No longer a need to upload to anymore in posts?
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Daniel Duarte! า‚ 3 Jul 18
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Pretty cool
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Poy๐Ÿ‘จ๐Ÿปโ€๐Ÿ’ป 3 Jul 18
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nice โ€” so we should be getting this on macOS as well :)
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Daniel Shaffer 3 Jul 18
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Finally! Best new feature, but needs better integration.
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Justin Leader 4 Jul 18
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This for default is a little weird. Keeps you from giving the photos in a more permanent way, the simplicity of sending the photo is nice
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