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Yogile: Kind of like Flickr for groups

Consumed => “Easy Group Image Sharing with Yogile” by Paul Andrew on Specky Boy.

http://speckyboy.com/2010/11/07/easy-group-image-sharing-with-yogile/

Or if you want to go direct: http://www.Yogile.com/

Moi? The advantage I see is to use it as an editor work flow tool. For example, two or more people attend an event and take photos. The ends is to put the best photos on Flickr. Yogile can be the collection point where everything is collected.

Yes, depending on how access to Flickr is shared, someone might have to download the photos from Yogile and then re-upload to Flickr. The other option is to use Flickr’s update via email option. The editor could ask each photographer to just email the photos that have been selected, wait for them to show up on Flickr, and then edit, tag, etc. from there.

In short, there are options depending on the nature of the work group as well as the work flow of the project. But Yogile looks to be a useful tool that meets a need. Imagine that?

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