Select photos from other apps

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Select photos from other apps

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Selecting and uploading photos is easy with Popsa. You can quickly access your device's curated photo albums, and import photos from multiple other apps.

In order for Popsa to access your photos, you'll need to grant permission first. This allows you to upload your photos when using the app – and of course, Popsa's strict privacy policy and security practices protects your data at all times.
By allowing the Popsa app to access your photos, you also benefit from our more advanced features, such as searching for photos in Google Photos.
You can always read more about Popsa's access to your photos.

Photo sources

You can import photos from the following sources:

  • Google Photos
  • Dropbox
  • Facebook
  • Instagram
  • Your device

How to connect to another app

In the Popsa app:

  1. Select a product
  2. Configure product information and tap Next
  3. Select a photo source, Google Photos, Dropbox, Facebook, Instagram or your device
  4. If required, Connect the app
  5. Select a photo album
  6. Select each photo you would like to use
  7. Tap Next to continue


Bear in mind

Select all photos

When browsing your photo albums, tap Select All to import every photo from that album. This is useful if you've already created a separate photo album before designing your item. 


Note A maximum of 601 photos can be selected at one time. This will position 4 photos to a page by default. If you change a template, you can feature up to 9 photos per page.


Multiple accounts on connected apps

You can only log into one account from the same source at once. (For example, you can log into your Facebook account and Instagram account separately, but not two different Facebook accounts at the same time.)

Before designing your Popsa product, you'll need to ensure all the photos you want to use are saved in one account on the app(s) you're using.

And remember, if you log out of connected apps and photo sources or log out of your account too soon, your photos may not have uploaded. Always check they have uploaded first. 

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