New update to our Photobucket Firefox extension available today

Posted by on Feb 23, 2009 in Feature Updates | 6 Comments

We have a new update to the Firefox extension for Photobucket that we launched mid January this year.  This new version fixes a few bugs of various types. And it also has a new settings dialog box that lets you select the location for your personal album uploads, and set up group albums as a target for uploads.

To add group albums, you must be on the group album page and then go to Tools menu/Photobucket Uploader/Settings and choose "get from current web page."

To get the extension for the first time, or to upgrade the one you already have, download the extension from here: Install and restart Firefox.

The Photobucket Firefox extension lets you automatically upload images from any Web page to Photobucket.


New Photobucket Firefox Extension Settings Menu



  1. mydlzone
    February 28, 2009

    nice idea
    PLEASE DEVELOPE THE IDEA and add the following:
    after the upload finish we click over ctrl+M so the code of image fourm will be copied automatical and we can paste it fast
    the same idea for the
    direct link ctrl+d
    html ctrl+h
    so by this develop you will help the people who submitt articles (by saving his time so he doesnt need after every upload to go to the album and copy then paste for every each image )

  2. May
    February 27, 2009

    This will save us users lots of time. Thank you!!!

  3. Alam
    February 26, 2009

    thts really cool..!

  4. dj_punk
    February 26, 2009

    no thank’s.

  5. mariclaire verano
    February 24, 2009

    nice one! i like the photos…its wonderful…!

  6. kang dede
    February 24, 2009

    it’s useful for me