Edit Photo Settings in Flipagram on iPhone 6

Edited by Freya, Alexander Avdeev, Eng

You're watching VisiHow. In this video, we are going to show you how you can edit your photo settings in the Flipagram application on the iPhone 6.


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Steps

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    To begin, we need to unlock our phone by pressing the lock button
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    Alternatively, we can press the home button to bring up the lock screen
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    We swipe
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    We enter our passcode or use the fingerprint scanner
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    We need to find and tap the Flipagram icon once to open the application
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    Flipagram will automatically take us to our dashboard, which is indicated by the house icon in the bottom-left corner. Flipagram is going to show us different posts, depending on people we are following and on what's trending.
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    We need to tap the head-and-shoulders symbol in the bottom right-hand corner
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    This will bring up our profile.
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    We tap the settings wheel icon in the top-right corner to bring up a new window
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    We want to tap "Settings" to go to our settings
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    We locate the second section, "PHOTO SETTINGS", before we start to edit the settings. There is a VisiHow on how to edit the "PLAYER SETTINGS". So, we go straight to "PHOTO SETTINGS" in this tutorial.
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    We tap "Photo Format"
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    We'll have a new window where we can edit our preferences. The default option is "Crop to Fill".
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    However, we might prefer to tap "Fit in Frame"
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    The indicator will change in the "Settings" menu as well.
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    Then, we can tap "Photo Background Color"
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    The default option is "White".
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    We can tap "Black" if we want
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    The indicator will change in the "Settings" menu as well.
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    Then, we can enable or disable the "Auto-Save to Camera Roll" option
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    If we prefer not to save the photo automatically to Camera Roll, then we leave the toggle white. Otherwise, tap the toggle to make it blue, which means that the option will be enabled.
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    We don't need to press "Save" anywhere
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    Saving is done automatically.
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    We can tap the arrow in the top-left corner to get back to the previous screen
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    Alternatively, we can tap the house icon in the bottom-left corner
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    We'll go back to the home page where we began.
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Recent edits by: Alexander Avdeev, Freya

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