Choose Where Lumia Storyteller Gets Photos From on Microsoft Lumia 535

Edited by Thor, Colette Cole, Eng

Hello and welcome to VisiHow. In this video, we're going to show you how to choose where the Microsoft Lumia Storyteller application gets its photos from when using a Microsoft Lumia 535.

Steps

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    To begin, turn the phone on by pressing the power button located on the right-hand side of the phone
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    Swipe the lock screen up
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    Now we need to find the Lumia Storyteller application
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    Mine is located in the middle of the home screen.
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    Yours may be located somewhere else
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    You need to find it and press it. If it's not located in the screen, swipe left to the app menu and find it there.
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    Once you've located it, press it to enter the application
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    It's going to load up
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    What we want to do is first choose which photos it is going to access
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    Perhaps you have photos from coming from different areas or different photos and you don't want to include them in your Storyteller mode
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    The application is going to create a story for you. It's going to add music and other effects, and maybe you don't want photos that come from certain areas to appear in the story. You just want photos from one area. What we're going to do is press the menu button, which is located in the bottom right-hand corner. It is the button with the 3 dots in a line.
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    It brings up the menu
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    We want to press settings
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    This is going to take us to the settings menu
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    From here, we want to press "choose folders"
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    In the next screen, we will be able to choose where we want our photos to come from
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    Automatically the photos come from the camera roll
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    They also come from the SD card and pictures. We have choices here between screenshots and saved pictures that we can turn on and off. We will turn off screenshots and saved pictures. Perhaps if you have taken screenshots directly from your screen, you don't want those to appear in the storyteller mode.
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    Storyteller mode is more to express and to portray the photos you've taken yourself through the camera
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    These are things you've seen or moments you've shared, and you've taken a physical photo. Screenshots are more captures of images onscreen. They're more functional images and you probably don't want to include them. We are going to select both of them for now because we don't need to particularly choose how we're going to create it.
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    Press the checkmark at the bottom in the gray strip on the left side
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    Now that option has been selected
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    This concludes our tutorial on how to choose where Storyteller gets its photos from when using a Microsoft Lumia 535
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Recent edits by: Colette Cole, Thor

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