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Flickr Republish?

Brewder

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Joined
Jun 27, 2016
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38
Lightroom Experience
Intermediate
Lightroom Version
Lightroom Version
6.1.14
Operating System
Windows 10
Hello,

I'm new to using Flickr.... I recently published about 200+ photos from Lightroom (6.1.14) using the publish feature (drag/drop). It worked great and all those photos now reside in Flickr..

But if I later tweak a photo a bit, how do I know if it should be republished to Flickr? Is that something LR will automatgically handle for me without having to think about it?

//Brew
 

Brewder

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Joined
Jun 27, 2016
Messages
38
Lightroom Experience
Intermediate
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...answered my own question... AGAIN! :)

Works like a champ... All I gotta do is periodically revisit the Fliker publishing service and click the Publish button.. It does the rest.

//Brew
 
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