Multi-Photo Posts

We love sharing photos on Spokt. We see recent photos on the hub home when we log in, we see old photos show up in the “Remember This?” and we can even feature photos on our hubs as well.

The top most requested feature we have received is for the ability to upload multiple photos to one post and today you can!

Our development team worked hard to make this as simple as possible. Try it out for yourself in your hubs today, you should find it is just as easy as posting a single photo. If you want to see it in action watch this Demo video:

Enjoy!

Here is a screenshot of the new photo posting screen:
UI to upload multiple photos.

16 thoughts on “Multi-Photo Posts”

  1. Eve Wilms says:

    Thank you! That is awesome news!! Keep up the great work you all are doing!

  2. How do we get to he multi photo post feature? Is it only available on a desktop?

    1. Dan says:

      Hi, you can select multiple photos on mobile too! On desktop you may need to use the shift key and Control key or Command Key on desktop.

  3. Eamon Aylward says:

    The multi photio post capacity does not seem to have made it to Europe as yet?

    1. Dan says:

      We’ve deployed this feature to all regions. Please contact support if you are unable to use it.

      https://spokt.com/support

  4. DJ says:

    I really like this now, that I got it to work today (since I couldn’t make it work yesterday when it was first announced). This is going to be a real asset to myself and members of my hubs. THANK YOU SO MUCH!

  5. Millie Edmisten says:

    Excellent!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Haven’t tried it yet but just realized it when I added a photo to our page. Thank you, thank you, thank you!

  6. Millie Edmisten says:

    Ok: I just now loaded several pics at a time and the finished product looks like everything is loaded as a ‘landscape’. When I click on the ones that are sideways (in other words: ‘portrait’ pics that load as ‘landscape’) they enlarge as ‘portrait’, but the group pics under the original posting show everything as landscape; however your example above doesn’t do that. Am I doing something wrong?

  7. Millie Edmisten says:

    OK: disregard. Apparently it takes a little while for the pics to position themselves correctly. Again, thank you for this feature!

  8. Syd scales says:

    Thanks, well worth the wait.

  9. Miranda says:

    Our members are having trouble getting the pictures to show up in a specific order. Any advice on how the pictures are organized by default once posted? They don’t seem to be chronological or alphabetical by name. Thanks, we’re excited about this feature!

    1. Dan says:

      Hi Miranda, the order can’t be controlled yet. I think we’ll figure out a way to make that happen soon.

  10. Daniel Maxwell says:

    To be able to tell a story with multiple photos we really need the ability to put the pictures in a specific order. I don’t see an option for that…

    1. Dan says:

      Hi Daniel, thanks for the feedback. We are looking into how we allow users to put the photos into the order they desire.

  11. When we need to edit the photo orientation (I forgot to do it before I uploaded it) I find I can click the photo and orient it there but when I returned it was still wrong. Is there a way to do that, maybe it fixes itself as in Millie Edmisten’s question? I’m finding many uses for this new function. Great thanks.

    1. Dan says:

      Hi Bill,

      We’ll look into this issue. Thanks for letting us know.

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