Allow Lumia Storyteller to Connect Photos with Locations on Microsoft Lumia 535

Edited by Thor, Colette Cole, Eng, Jen M

Hello and welcome to VisiHow. In this video, we are going to show you how you can allow the Lumia Storyteller application to connect photos with your location.

Steps

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    To begin, turn the phone on by pressing the power button on the right-hand side of the phone.
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    Swipe the lock screen up.
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    We want to go to Lumia Storyteller application. Mine is located here on my home screen.
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    Yours may be in another position on the home screen, or if it's not there, you'll have to find it in the app menu.
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    As mine is pinned to the home screen, I can just press it.
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    It's going to take me into the application.
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    Once loaded, we need to go to the settings menu. We can go there by pressing the menu button at the bottom right-hand corner of the screen that has the three dots.
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    When you press that button, it will bring up options. Press "settings".
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    Now you can see we have the option here that says "Use my location". Swipe that on.
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    Turning it on will allow the application to connect our photos with locations. This means that when it tells a story, It can give it more information. For example, if a group of photos come from one particular holiday, say if you were travelling to Turkey for a holiday, then the application would know the photos would be taken in Turkey, and then be able to create a story based around this information. If the location is turned off, then you won't be able to do that.
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    So, we will go backwards into the application.
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    We can now see that they have ranked in date and by month.
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    This would also be the same by location. We will go to "places", and actually see the different places here that the photos were taken.
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    If you're travelling and taking photos in different areas, you'll be able to see here on the globe, all of the different locations you have visited and taken photos. It creates a some very interesting images with all of the documentation around this globe.
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    It's very interesting to see just exactly how far we venture in this globalized world. This concludes our tutorial on how allow the Lumia Storyteller application to connect photos with your location and the location they are taken. This is all done using the Microsoft Lumia 535.
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Recent edits by: Eng, Colette Cole, Thor

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