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Flickr Batch Photo Upload Tool Flickr Schedulr

Ever wanted to batch upload photos to Flickr, no problem Flickr has an official tool for that. But what if you want to upload the photos on a specific time, how would you schedule it?

This is where Flickr Schedulr comes in, it is a free portable tool developed for Windows that allows users to schedule batch uploading of photos. You can change the title, enter description, tag it, choose who can view the photos, and enable batching. The preview of the photo is shown inline to make things easier.

Apart form batch uploading of photos, it also allows you to view all uploaded pictures. To make things easier, it has a build-in drag & drop functionality. It will warn you automatically if the image that you are uploading is larger than what is allowed, also the total limit for today(remaining upload quota) is displayed on the top-right side when logged in.

Flickr Schedulr

All settings are automatically saved upon the closing the app. You can also export and import the configuration data. This tool is a real timesaver for all photographers out there since they won’t need to manually batch upload photos at different times. They can simply put it on schedule and go out to shoot more photos.

Download Flickr Schedulr

It works on Windows XP, Windows Vista, and Window 7. It requires .NET Framework 2.0 minimum. Enjoy!

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  • lihuahellen

    Edit Digital Photos with BatchPhoto in Batch Mode

    Comparing with others, BatchPhoto is a more powerful and professional tool to do photos manipulation. It provides more than three dozen graphical filters for photos including five main categories: annotate, touch up, transform, convert, and effects. Besides, it supports more than 100 image file formats, including JPG, PNG, TIFF, BMP, and GIF. What’s more, it can offer a fast passway to begin the batch process. Select a group of pictures, define a series of edits, and apply them in a single operation.

  • Charlie

    That’s interesing. Have you already heard of click.to? http://www.clicktoapp.com/
    Also a really nice and free alternative to uplaod pics with one click to flickr.