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Adding your photos to Flickr lets you consolidate, edit, and share them in one convenient place in the cloud.

To upload photos to Flickr, click "Upload" at the top of any Flickr page.

You can drag photos and videos right from your computer to this screen, or click "Choose photos and videos" to select them from a finder window.

Here, you can edit one or more photos at once by selecting the ones you want to fix up, then clicking the links to the left.

You can edit each photo's "title" or "description," add "tags" or "people," or add the photos to "sets" or "groups." Below, click the "Owner settings" heading to see all your "License," "Privacy," and "Content filters" options.

Click "Edit" next to each one to pick the right settings for each photo.

At the top, you can "Add" or "Remove" photos, see them in "Small" or "Default" view, "Sort" them, check or uncheck "All" the photos at once, see each photo's "Info," or "Rotate" photos 90 degrees clockwise.

When you're ready, click "Upload Photos" at the top right.

You may need to confirm your changes in a popup.

Now, your photos will be on your profile as part of your photostream.

FlickrA photo and video management application that makes it easy to upload and share photos with anyone around the world.ShareThe process of sending links or content to specified recipients or entire networks.Click1. The pressing of a mouse pointer on a link; 2. a tracked metric of users that click on a specific element.WindowA visual area containing a user interface.Tag1. A label attached to someone or something for the purpose of identification or to give other information; 2. a term used for a non-hierarchical classification system for content (noun); 3. to link to a friend or group in status updates, pictures, videos or Wall posts (verb).SettingsA user's specified parameters for a browser, social network, or other application; browser settings include homepage and security, whereas account settings on web applications or social networks include email notifications, various aesthetic options and privacy options.ProfileA centralized presence on a Web application or website.Flickr1129How Do I Upload Photos?