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- First, go back to a photo album, tap the Edit button, then select the photos you want to send—say, a couple dozen or so.
- Next, tap the Share button. ...
- Go to the Mail app, create a new message, then tap and hold in the body of the message until a pop-up menu appears; when it does, tap Paste.
Send Multiple Photos On Android Phone
- Open the Photos or Gallery app on your Android Phone or tablet.
- Tap and hold on any photo, until you see check boxes appearing on all photos.
- Select all the Photos that you want to send by tapping on them.
- Now, Tap on the Share icon (See image above)
Here is how you can share selected photos without the iCloud photo link for iOS13+ and iPadOS
- Open Photos App and tap on All Photos tab (far right at the bottom)
- Tap on Select at the top right corner of your screen.
- Now choose the photos that you want to send by tapping on the pictures.
Just open the Gallery app, access the Share function (this is often done via the Menu button), select Gmail, select the photos/videos you want to attach, select the OK/Share button, and Gmail should open with a draft message with all your selected photos/videos already attached.
The easiest way to send a good chunk of photos via email attachment is to compress them into a zip file. Compressed files are much smaller in size, which means they won't trigger your email provider's attachment limit, and zipping files doesn't reduce image quality. Both Mac and Windows have a built-in zip feature.
Make Sure MMS Messaging Is Turned On
If MMS is turned off on your iPhone, regular text messages (SMS) will still go through, but pictures will not. To make sure MMS is turned on, go to Settings -> Messages and make sure the switch next to MMS Messaging is turned on.
One of the most popular methods for sharing large amounts of photos online is by using a file-sharing site. Sites like HighTail (formally YouSendIt), Wikisend and Streamfile let you sign up and upload your photos, where they'll be stored in a downloadable zip file.
Answer: A: That's up to your email provider, and the limit is the total size of the email. Usually it must be under 10 MB, which is about 5 photos.
Dropbox lets you share your folders by inviting others to become collaborators. And like Google Photos, you can also grab the link to any folder or photo file and send it to anyone who needs access to it.
WiFi and cellular service aren't necessary when using Airdrop. Phone numbers are irrelevant, and the iPhone has the ability to Airdrop multiple full resolution photos at once!
You can try with a smaller number (I.e. 100 photos, or even 50). But in fact, AirDrop is not the only tool that supports wireless transfer between two iDevices. There are many AirDrop-like apps that can help you transfer multiple photos. Just keep reading to learn more.
If you are emailing yourself a photo the photo may be too big of a file to handle over email. Your new iPhone may have taken the photo in a higher resolution. Try re sending the email (on WiFi) but dont tap actual size - try medium or large. if that doesn't work try small.
Please make sure you've turned on iCloud Shared Albums on iPhone: Go to the Settings app > [your name] > iCloud > Photos, then toggle on Shared Albums. You also need to make sure that iCloud Photos is enabled. Before getting photos and videos from shared albums on iPhone, you'll need to accept the Shared Album invite.
MMS – multimedia messaging service – allows you to send pictures and other media via text, as well as send longer texts. If you have a limited data plan or poor internet connection, and iMessage isn't working on your iPhone, you should turn off iMessage and use MMS instead.