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pacificphotoboothevents

13 Apr, 2024 09:40 PM

Is there a way to upload photos to the cloud, utilize the QR code, and guests can see all photos within the gallery?

Dropbox: QR doesn't show up, even when I share link of folder.

Google Drive: QR code works, but guests can only see their own photo.

Google Photos: Guests are forced to log in to google photo to view gallery which I don't want them to have to sign in.

  1. Support Staff 1 Posted by John on 14 Apr, 2024 02:23 PM

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    So all those services, you need to make the folder/album you are uploading
    into publicly viewable. See
    http://help.sparkbooth.com/kb/uploading-emailing-and-social-media/displaying-qr-code-in-sparkbooth
    There are instructions for Google Drive at the bottom. I will need to
    update it for the other services

  2. 2 Posted by pacificphotoboo... on 14 Apr, 2024 05:30 PM

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    Right, so I've done that on Google Drive and shared the folder publicly but guests can only see a direct image of their own photo via the QR code, instead of the whole gallery (folder).

    On google photos, I've shared the link of the album but it force prompts users to login to a google photos account which I don't want.

    On dropbox, I've shared the folder and the test to upload is successful, but the QR code isn't prompted after guests take their photos.

    I just want guests to be able to scan a QR code and see the event's entire gallery. Not sure what I'm doing wrong.

  3. Support Staff 3 Posted by John on 14 Apr, 2024 05:44 PM

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    I don't know if your can. If the service doesn't allow you to do that, then
    you are out of luck. You can always create your own hosting site and use
    the custom uploader. Then you can design it anyway you want

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