Geotagging for a photo shoot can help you do a lot of interesting things on Flickr and add some meaning to your image. With this feature, you can easily share with others the places you visit when traveling to Patagonia, find the best barbecue bbq salons in Texas, or view the map of places you have passed in the pictures. The photo you took in the “Map” view of your account. But with all that useful information, we want to give you an easier way to control who has access to your location information in a way that’s right for you. . Today, we’re introducing a new feature: Restricted areas, which helps you better manage your geographic location settings on Flickr.
With this new feature, you can set up security for a particular location for some “location” hotspots. For example, you may want to create a restricted area around the “housing” or “school” area and only allow “family and friends” to know the location of the photos that, when taken, have defaulted to the location. Geography is that area. Whenever you attach a geo location to a photo within that restricted area, that information will be applied according to the geo-location security settings you assigned to the hotspot. there. That way, you can ensure that only people you trust know where your photos are in your home or any other sensitive area, while you can still let people know exactly where you are. He took potato chips and cheese. Go to Account Setup to see what’s new and start geotagging for the photos you take.
We also have an interesting blog post on code.flickr by one of our talented engineers writing about the importance of geo-location security as well as some “behind the scenes” information. . And as usual, if you have any comments or suggestions, please let us know!