Instructions for Flickr login. Flickr is a site for sharing photos and video clips. Flickr’s popularity is mainly due to the ability to manage images using tools that allow authors to tag photos and explore and comment on pictures of other users. Use this guide to learn how to access your account.
Flickr login instructions
To sign in on Flickr, you need to have a Yahoo account. Yahoo has done this for the following reasons:
Easier password recovery – We can help you regain access to your account, rather than directing you to contact a third-party for assistance.
Faster customer support – We’ll be able to find your account info easier when you use a Yahoo account, allowing us to help you that much faster!
One login to rule them all – Using your Yahoo account with Flickr lets you sign in to all of Yahoo with one username and password.
You can create a free Yahoo account by clicking the “Join” button on www.flickr.com. Read our detailed Yahoo sign up guide for instructions.
Already have an account? Follow the instructions below to access your account.
- Open your browser and go to www.flickr.com.
- You should see a login link in the top right corner, right next to the search field. Click this link to continue.
- This will bring you to the Yahoo login page. This is where you enter your Username or Number and your Password to login. After you have entered your information, click the “Sign in” button to access your account.
- You should now have access to your account.
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To reset your Flickr password, click the link I can’t access my account on the Yahoo! login page. After that, choose the option “I have a problem with my password” and click on “Next”. Enter your Yahoo-ID on the following page and click on “Next” to continue. Yahoo will now give you a few ways to reset your password (this depends on how complete your profile is). Follow the instructions and reset your password.
Important links for Flickr
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|iPhone||Download on the App Store||Free|
|iPad||Download on the App Store||Free|
|Android||Download on the Play Store||Free|
Flickr is a free sharing website for photographs and videos with some payed features. In addition to being a popular website for users to share personal photographs, it is also often used by professional photographers. In August 2011, the site has surpassed the six billion of hosted photos.
Flickr was developed by Ludicorp, a Vancouver-based Canadian company founded in 2002 by Stewart Butterfield and Caterina Fake.
Early versions of Flickr are based on a chat room for sharing photos. Later versions focus more on downloading and labeling of photos.
In March 2005, Ludicorp was bought by Yahoo!. During the week of June 28, the entire contents of Flickr where transferred from Canadian servers to US servers, which has the implication that its content is now subject to US laws.
The site hosts more than 2 billion photos in November 2007, 3 billion in November 2008, 4 billion in November 2009, 5 billion in September 2010 and since August 2011 the site is home to over 6 billion Photos.
Flickr offers seven additional languages next to English: Chinese, Korean, German, Spanish, Italian, French and Portuguese.
Since April 2008, Flickr accept videos up to 90 seconds.