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    Guide to Uploading Photos to WebMD Community
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    Elizabeth_WebMD_Staff posted:
    This time of year is a great time to share photos with your friends on WebMD Community.

    Follow these steps to upload your photos to a discussion -

    To copy or post a picture, photo or image first upload the pic to a service like PhotoBucket. Then click the Direct link URL.

    Use the camera icon at the top of the reply box to link the URL.


    OR


    In the photo-sharing site click the picture you want to post. Right click and copy image into the discussion or reply box.


    To protect your privacy, be careful when registering with photo upload services. Do not use your name as the user name. When clicking on the photo and Properties your user name may show.

    Also, if you try to link images from Facebook, these are automatically blocked, because members clicking on your images would have access to your Facebook profile.

    Looking forward to seeing your pics!
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