How To Upload Photos To Shutterfly From Mac

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Do you want to easily share your photos with family and friends? Shutterfly is a great way to do just that! With Shutterfly, you can store, organize, and share all of your photos in one easy-to-use platform. Plus, you can upload photos from your Mac computer quickly and easily. Here’s how:

1. Log into your Shutterfly account on your Mac computer.
2. Click the “Upload” button on the top right corner of the screen or drag and drop photos from Finder onto the page.
3. Once the images have been uploaded, a notification will appear with an option to add them to an album or view all uploaded images.
4. Select the album that contains the photos you want to upload (i.e., Photos Library).
5. If you want to add multiple photos at once, hold down “Command” while clicking on each photo you want to add.
6. Click on the plus sign icon located on the top right side of your screen and choose “Albums” from the dropdown menu that appears.
7. Enter a title for your album and select any other options such as permission settings or albums within which you would like this album nested if applicable. Then click “Create Album” at the bottom of the page to finish creating it.
8 Finally, click “Add Photos” at the bottom of the page and select which photos you would like added to this album from those previously uploaded onto Shutterfly before clicking “Done” at the bottom of this page when finished adding all desired photographs!

And there you have it; now you know how easy it is to upload photos from your Mac computer straight into Shutterfly! So go ahead and start organizing, sharing, and enjoying all those precious memories!

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Uploading Photos From Computer to Shutterfly

To upload photos from your computer to Shutterfly, first, log in to your Shutterfly account. Then select the “My Photos” option on the top right of the screen. After that, click on the “Upload” button or drag and drop your photos onto the page. Once your images have been uploaded, you will see a notification at the bottom with options to add them to an album or view all uploaded images.

Selecting Multiple Photos to Upload to Shutterfly

To select multiple photos to upload to Shutterfly, begin by selecting the photos you want to add. To do this, hold down the ‘Command’ key on your keyboard while you click each photo you want to add. Once all the desired photos are selected, click on the plus icon found at the top right side of your screen and select ‘Album.’ This will open a new window where you can create a new album or add photos to an existing one. Once your album is ready, click ‘Done’ in order for the selected photos to be uploaded and added to your album.

Does Shutterfly Have an App for Mac Computers?

Yes, Shutterfly has an app for Mac. The Shutterfly Desktop App for Mac and PC allows you to manage multiple Shutterfly accounts and access your photos, albums, and projects directly from your desktop. With the app, you can easily organize photos into albums and create custom photo books, cards, calendars, prints, and more. You can also share these projects with family and friends through print or digital delivery. Additionally, the app includes WebCatalog – a shopping experience that allows you to shop for thousands of products from the convenience of your own desktop.


Shutterfly is a great platform to store and share your memories. It allows you to easily upload photos from your computer or mobile device, organize them into albums, and share them with others. Additionally, Shutterfly also provides you with the tools to create custom photo gifts, cards, and more. With its simple and intuitive design, Shutterfly is the perfect way to capture and share your favorite moments with friends and family in an easy and secure way.

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James Walker has a deep passion for technology and is our in-house enthusiastic editor. He graduated from the School of Journalism and Mass Communication, and loves to test the latest gadgets and play with older software (something we’re still trying to figure out about himself). Hailing from Iowa, United States, James loves cats and is an avid hiker in his free time.