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Flickr is preparing a major overhaul that involves reducing the supply of free storage. Sold by Yahoo to SmugMug, the service will lower the current quota of 1 TB free for up to 1,000 items per account, including photos and videos for up to three minutes. Users with content above this limit must download and remove the extra files to comply with the new rule. Otherwise, the media will be deleted from the oldest media except those under the Creative Commons license

On January 8, users with quota exceeded will no longer be able to store anything in the cloud. The deadline to download the personal collection that goes beyond the thousand uploads ends on February 5, 2019. Understand everything that changes on Flickr and learn how to download your library.

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Flickr limits free storage to 1,000 photos or videos Photo: Divulgao / FlickrFlickr limits free storage to 1,000 photos or videos Photo: Divulgao / Flickr

Flickr limits free storage to 1,000 photos or videos Photo: Divulgao / Flickr

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The new free account limit is the result of the launch of the new Flickr Pro subscription, which expands the functions of the service. For US $ 50 (approximately R $ 186) per year, users will have unlimited storage for photos and videos of up to 10 minutes in original resolution, an ad-free interface and library viewing statistics.

SmugMug also promises customer service and discounts on hiring services with a network of partners that includes names like Adobe. Beginning in January, Flickr users will no longer be able to use their Yahoo account to log in to the service, migrating to the servers of the new owner.

Photos under Creative Commons and non-profit institutions

Accounts that post photos under the Creative Commons license will not have images deleted by Flickr. The company stated that all files will remain available even beyond the limit of 1,000 photos. However, these accounts will not be able to upload more images unless they are promoted to the Pro plan.

Flickr also plans to offer free, unlimited media storage to non-profit institutions. Organizations can apply for free Flickr Pro accounts through a form distributed on the photo platform.

How to download photos and videos from Flickr

Step 1. Log in to Flickr and hover over the My Stuff menu. Then, press the Camera Roll option;

Access your photos stored on Flickr Photo: Reproduo / Paulo AlvesAccess your photos stored on Flickr Photo: Reproduo / Paulo Alves

Access your photos stored on Flickr Photo: Reproduo / Paulo Alves

Step 2. Click on the photos you want to download. It is possible to select one by one or in batch using the Shift key, select the first, hold the Shift and mark the last. Then, press the Download button at the bottom right of the screen;

Select photos to download Photo: Reproduo / Paulo AlvesSelect photos to download Photo: Reproduo / Paulo Alves

Select photos to download Photo: Reproduo / Paulo Alves

Step 3. Flickr will issue an alert about the download. Select Create ZIP file to proceed;

Create a ZIP file with your photos Photo: Reproduo / Paulo AlvesCreate a ZIP file with your photos Photo: Reproduo / Paulo Alves

Create a ZIP file with your photos Photo: Reproduo / Paulo Alves

Step 4. The file is not available at the time. After creating the ZIP, Flickr sends the download link through FlickrMail. Click on the notification menu and access the email to check if the email has arrived;

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Access Flickr Mail Photo: Reproduo / Paulo Alves

Step 5. The message with the download link will be available in your inbox.

See if the download link arrived in your Flickr inbox Photo: Reproduo / Paulo AlvesSee if the download link arrived in your Flickr inbox Photo: Reproduo / Paulo Alves

See if the download link arrived in your Flickr inbox Photo: Reproduo / Paulo Alves