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How do I go about Setting up Gallerys



I'm sure this question has been asked and answered, but I haven't found it.  I want to set up about 4 or 5 Gallery's to group my pictures in a more comprehensive manner.  Can someone direct me to either Forum Responses or Company Documents which will help me achieve that goal/  Thanks  John Kuhn

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You might start here if you haven't seen it:




It's quite easy really, go to the link from your Dashboard page and then just create a gallery, or several, give each a name and then you then you just  'curate gallery' by adding images to it (one by one). When you preview the gallery you'll see that images now have the option to drag & drop, move to top and remove. You'll also need to upload a profile picture and a header image and add some text to describe yourself. 


It's quite basic and if you search the forum you'll see that there are reservations about it which may be fixed if Alamy listen and add a few features. You are at an advantage in that you don't have to wade through a large collection to find your images because that can be a bit clunky.


There is a forum thread where people share their Portfolio pages:




as well as one where people can ask for new features or fixes:







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Harry:  I must be a little dense but the "link"to set up the Gallery's is not clear to me.  Can you be a little more specific as to what I should be looking for and specifically where does it reside?  Thanks  John
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