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Sharing an Album that doesn’t require SignUp

PeteGB

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Is it possible to share an album from LR Mobile on iPad without the recipient having to sign in ?

The link that I create and email firstly asks the recipient to Sign in / Sign up.

I thought I’d read that was no longer required.

Cheers

Pete
 

Victoria Bampton

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Yes, rather than "inviting" them by typing their email address, tap the clipboard next to the link at the top and then Mail and write them a message. As long as the gallery is set to "anyone can view" then they'll just be able to visit the link without signing in. The signing in bit is for private invitations.
 
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