Having problems finding your Flickr ID? This isn’t always the same as the username you log in with on Flickr.
To determine your ID, visit your Flickr profile page and look for it at the end of the URL. For example, “www.flickr.com/photos/12341234@N12/” or “www.flickr.com/photos/danielfoster/.”
Also, when you upload images you can check the box that says “Public” or “Private”. Private photos are completely hidden from everyone except you, but if you want them to be visible to your family or friends, check those boxes. You can change the privacy of something at any time by clicking on the red (for private) or green (for public) button. Another thing you can do is set up a private group and invite your friends and family to join it. If you invite them from the group’s page, they are automatically made a member. You can then add content to the group’s photo pool that every member of the group can see.
If your images are set to “Private” Pixsy will be unable to access them for scanning. So make sure your Flickr settings are set to “Public” before syncing the images you want us to monitor for you.
Monitor your Flickr photos with a free Pixsy account:
- 24/7 monitoring of where & how your images are used online
- Instant alerts when Pixsy finds new matches of your photos
- Powerful tools to deal with copyright infringements
- Get paid when businesses are using your photos