Mobile / Cell Phone Usability

SighSigh Big grinsRegistered Users Posts: 16 Big grins

Hi,
I would like similar features to Flickr in my ability to use the SmugMug app. I should see a lock or the absence of a lock on all images so I know if they are shown publicly of nor. I should like to see this within the app, not have to open a web page on my phone. The reason being, the images show beautifully on there. and I'd like to edit the look of my page when I'm out and about. I only use my laptop for uploading the images, mobile for arranging.

I have made this request before on Facebook and although the response I received at the time seemed adequate I am still drawn to my original suggestion/request

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  • leftquarkleftquark Former SmugMug Product Team Registered Users, Retired Mod Posts: 3,744 Many Grins

    Both the SmugMug iOS and Android apps already display this. The visibility of the gallery is displayed with a badge with the words “Unlisted” or “Private”, and Password Protected galleries use an icon with a lock.

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  • SighSigh Big grins Registered Users Posts: 16 Big grins

    Sorry, I mean the images...
    For instance, I have galleries which are public but not all the images within those galleries. An example might be of my daughter, I might keep all the images safe in there but only a few may be public. That is only an example. But the request is of the images and not the galleries

  • AllenAllen "tweak 'til it squeaks" St. Louis, MoRegistered Users Posts: 9,816 Major grins

    The only thing I know for photos is "hide". Everything else is handled on a gallery level.

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  • leftquarkleftquark Former SmugMug Product Team Registered Users, Retired Mod Posts: 3,744 Many Grins

    Every image within a gallery has the same settings as the gallery. Aside from collected photos, which would adhere to the original galleries setting, it's not possible to have private and public photos mixed together, so the designation at the gallery level would be the most useful depiction.

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  • BeautifulWorldBeautifulWorld Beginner grinner ChicagoRegistered Users Posts: 62 Big grins

    @leftquark That doesn't seem to be true. I have a public gallery (https://www.beautifulworld.photography/Worldgalleries/Netherlands/Netherlands-Amsterdam/) and within it I went to the ORganize view and hid a photo. Now when viewed publicly the photo I hid can't bee seen. But when I am logged in, I can see the photo. I think this might be what @Sigh might be asking for.

    @leftquark said:
    Every image within a gallery has the same settings as the gallery. Aside from collected photos, which would adhere to the original galleries setting, it's not possible to have private and public photos mixed together, so the designation at the gallery level would be the most useful depiction.

  • WinsomeWorksWinsomeWorks Keep Thou my Feet Registered Users Posts: 1,935 Major grins

    Any progress on this? (having the "hidden" symbol visible when logged in using the phone apps, on photos in your own galleries that are hidden from the public). In other words, we need the capability to see what individual photos we've hidden previously from the public, when logged in, on the phone apps. (We can currently do this on desktop).

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