How to set up and send images to third-party cloud services from image.canon.
Article ID: ART176722 | Date published: 04/14/2020 | Date last updated: 04/14/2020
 

Description

If you use the function for sending images to Google Drive, YouTube and Flickr, you must log into image.canon and enable the connection settings for each service.

Solution

Forward images to other cloud storages
Google Drive
Google Drive
The original images can be sent to your Google Drive. Your camera may also have an option to automatically send images.
Flickr
Flickr
The original images can be sent to Flickr. Your camera may also have an option to automatically send images.
YouTube
YouTube
Videos can be sent to YouTube.
How to connect to each service
Click [+New] in [Connected Web Service] on the menu to open the service connection menu.
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Select the service you want to connect to, to open the settings screen.
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Click [Connect].
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The service's login screen will open. Log into the service and grant access to image.canon.
Automatic send setting
Enable the function for automatically sending images that have been uploaded from the camera to image.canon to Google Drive and Flickr. Click [i] for the target service in [Connected Web services] on the menu to open the service settings screen.
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Turn automatically transfer images from camera on.
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Selecting images and sending them to the service
Click [Action] on the toolbar at the bottom of the image list screen to open the menu, and select [Send to connected service].
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Select the images you want to send, and click [Transfer].
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