Flickr Wishlist

Things I’d like to have on Flickr:

– see where visitors are coming from to a photograph. It’s nice to know your photo has been viewed 10000 times, but how come? Was it linked from somewhere? Mentioned in somebody’s comments? On a blog? Give the Flickr account owner the possibility to see referrers.
– in the “batch edit” menu for a tag, allow addition to a set or group. The organizer is painful. I’d rather go through my photos, tag them with a “addtogroupx” tag, and parform a batch operation on that tag without going through the organizer.
– did I ever mention find duplicates? Flickr has all the technical information about my photos, it shouldn’t be hard to say “hey, these photos look like dupes”.

Hope my feedback in a bottle reaches somebody!

Edit: more explanations in my comment.

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About Stephanie Booth

Blogging since 2000, and still at it. Sailing, skiing, judo-ing. Geek with social skills. Freelance consultant, speaker, trainer, thinker. Social media without the hype.
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6 Responses to Flickr Wishlist

  1. heather says:

    consider it received! 🙂 i’ll share this link with the team.

  2. steph says:

    Thanks Heather! You’re a dear. As always 🙂

  3. Allan says:

    find duplicates – hurrah! yes! we need this

  4. rrhobbs says:

    I am looking around for a way to remove duplicates at this very moment. Last comment here was about a year ago let’s see what has transpired…

  5. Jon says:

    I wrote an application for Windows to find and delete duplicates (if they have the same title and date taken).

    I’ve just made it available here:

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