Just because facebook.com doesn’t have the ability to automatically post photos, doesn’t mean you cannot make use of it as a way of sharing your own photos. With some simple tweaks, you can still add photos to your facebook profile with ease in less than 45 seconds.
The other issue is that it seems as if there is some sort of a limit on how many photos you can add to your profile. If you go to facebook.com/about/privacy and look at your profile you will see that you can add up to 5 pictures. With 5 pictures, you obviously can add more to your profile. But how many you can add to your profile is not known, so theres no guarantee that you will be able to post all 5 pictures.
So the good news is that if you want to add more pictures to your facebook profile, you don’t have to worry about it because facebook will do it for you. But the bad news is that you’ll have to wait at least 45 seconds between each new photo you post (or post to your wall). There is no way to post a photo more than 45 seconds after you’ve uploaded it because it will take that long for a picture to be uploaded to your wall.
Also, when you try to post a photo and facebook says you have already posted it, you will have to wait at least 45 seconds before it will allow you to post again.
This is especially annoying when youre on the go, and your phone or tablet isn’t charging, so its a waste of time to hold and wait. And it’s only a minor inconvenience as far as the photos go, but it can be annoying when youre trying to upload a photo on your phone and its taking a long time.
A lot of our problems with facebook photos are because the photo-hosting service doesn’t support high-dpi images. This is a common problem that I’ve seen with the facebook photo service, and it is a problem that is causing many people frustration. When you upload a photo to facebook, it will show the photo in the size of the cell phone camera. For images that are much higher than that, it may be very frustrating.
I personally have a high-dpi cell phone camera, but Ive noticed that people on facebook might not have the same. The photo uploading issue could be a fix for that. Perhaps developers could make the facebook photo service more compatible for high-dpi images.
I would love to know if there is a fix for that, and if so where you are.
The Facebook photo uploader service can be annoying, but as long as the developers come to their senses, I wouldn’t be too worried.