Bulk Actions made easy on both the Photobucket mobile app and web so that you can quickly move and delete multiple photos at a time.
Perhaps you’ve turned on your auto backup so that you never lose a photo (If you haven’t what are you waiting for!? Don’t you know the earth is plotting to destroy your phone!) and have decided that you don’t want to keep all 50 versions of that egg salad photo you took on your lunch break (No judgement if you do). No problem! You can easily delete 49 photos in your egg salad series in just a few simple clicks and just keep one for when you want to reminisce about that perfect egg, mayo and mustard combination. For iOS simply: Tap on the Edit button and select the media you wish to move or delete. You’ll find those two options on the bottom of the screen. For Android simply: When viewing an album, tap on the device menu button and select Move/Delete Photos. You can then select the media you wish to move or delete. You’ll find those two options on the bottom of the screen.
On the web simply:
- Open the album you wish to select photos in
- Slide the Organize option to On
- Hold Ctrl and click images to select individually (To select a group: Click the first image of your selection, scroll to the last image, hold shift and click that image, and all images in between will be selected)
- Select the bulk action at the bottom of the page that you wish to perform
There you have it! You can safely store all of your photos with Photobucket, plus do everything you want to do with them in a few simple clicks.