New App: Use Flickr to Organize and Share Photos Online

Matt Lukso
Matt Lukso / July 7, 2017

Flickr is a social media platform that enables you to host and display your images online. Upload photos from wherever they’re stored or taken, organize them into albums, and share them with your audience, all in one app. Plus, Flickr has introduced a collaborative aspect to photo sharing so your family, friends and colleagues can contribute, making photo-sharing a social experience.

Now that Flickr integrates with Zapier and its 750+ apps, you can automate how you manage photos using your favorite tools. Save time and set up Zaps to automatically post new photos to your blog or social media site. Download and backup albums the moment they’re uploaded. Trigger notifications to your team whenever a new photo or album is added. Let Flickr and Zapier automate how you manage content, so you can spend your time making more of it.

How Flickr Works with Zapier

Triggers

  • New Favorited Photo: Triggers when you favorite a new photo.
  • New Photo in Album: Triggers when you add a new photo to an album.
  • New Album: Triggers when you create a new album.
  • New Photo: Triggers when you add a new photo.

Automation Inspiration

Get started with these sample Zaps:

Social Media Waterfall by Shutter Muse

Share Photos via Social Media

Download Photos or Albums Automatically

How To Automate Flickr with Zapier

  1. Sign up for a Flickr account, and make sure you have a Zapier account

  2. Try some pre-made Flickr integrations and learn more about how Flickr works with Zapier

  3. Check out our Flickr help documentation for details on connecting your account and setting up your first Zap

  4. Or login and build a custom workflow with Flickr and Zapier