Featured: Did you know you can “Quickly and easily save important emails and their attachments to Bublup, right from your inbox”

If you follow my posts here on “Tech News for You”, you may remember seeing my article about Bublup (Insta-Organize and Collect everything you find and do on the internet with ‘Bublup’) … If you are not using ‘Bublup’, you don’t know what you are missing. I use ‘Bublup’ to save just about everything I find on the internet. I call it my packrat Bublup account…

A nice archive feature in ‘Bublup’ is the ability to forward important emails from your email account to your ‘Bublup’ account. I find this especially handy if I am working on something important and want to make sure I have a backup of those important emails. When you forward the email to ‘Bublup’, the email is converted to the PDF format.

If interested in learning more about Bublup, signup today for a FREE account HERE and get an extra 1GB added to your account.

Postimage – A Very Simple, Fast and Reliable FREE Image Service

Thank you to R.E.I.G.N., at the  “Soulja of Hope” (a soldier in Christ and former Tech Blogger), who sent me an email describing a “FREE” image storage site, called “Postimage“, that I thought I would also share with my readers. Below is the description of “Postimage” as described by R.E.I.G.N. at the Soulja of Hope

Hello Rick, I came across this useful website (Postimage) I used in the past when I wrote via Teck~Line I had forgotten about this gem website but come across it tonight there is no account needed to share and host images for anonymous uploading but the account option offers better options with image management. Post Image offers many share link structures even for forums as well.

You can also batch upload 1,000 images with no account 2mb 10kx10k upload limit with account same specs and more batch loading amount and images are hosted privately and only display to anyone that has the link to the image. You can also set a timer parameter for link to expire if the person chooses no time limit the image is hosted unlimited amount of time.

If no account person must save delete link if account just login and manage images through their gallery (folder) structure.

Here is the link for you to check out. https://postimages.org/


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BE AWARE that “Unlimited video storage at Google Photos has a catch” – Android Authority

If you are posting videos on Google Photos that have a file format that is not listed below; then, the file size will count against your online storage total. Video file sizes can add up quickly.

The Google Photos app icon.

If you use Google Photos to store video files, you likely are happy you have unlimited space (with some compression). However, there’s a new limitation to this unlimited storage.

The new policy took effect on December 6, 2018.

The supported video file formats are: .mpg, .mod, .mmv, .tod, .wmv, .asf, .avi, .divx, .mov, .m4v, .3gp, .3g2, .mp4, .m2t, .m2ts, .mts, and .mkv.

Source: Unlimited video storage at Google Photos has a catch – Android Authority

It’s Now Possible To Play A Slideshow From Any Google Photos Album

If you use Android, it is very likely that your photos are being backed up to Google Photos. If you are not using Android, and have a Google Account you have option of uploading (storing your photos) at Google Photos. Go to photos.google.com

Google Photos continues to improve (almost weekly) and one notable improvement is that it you can now play slideshows from and Google Photo Album.

Play slideshows from an album

You like crowding friends and family around your computer or TV to show them photos of last weekend’s adventure. You don’t like clicking 132 times to show them each photo.

Luckily for you, it’s now possible to play a slideshow from any album. Just open the album, click on a photo, and select Slideshow from the dropdown menu.

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