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==Enabling the Picasa portfolio (admin settings)==
 
==Enabling the Picasa portfolio (admin settings)==
 
*Go to ''Settings > Site administration > Plugins > Portfolios > Manage Portfolios'';
 
*Go to ''Settings > Site administration > Plugins > Portfolios > Manage Portfolios'';
Select from the drop down next to Picasa "Enabled and visible";
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*Select from the drop down next to Picasa "Enabled and visible";
Click the "Settings" and if desired, give Picasa a customised name (not essential)  
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*Click the "Settings" and if desired, give Picasa a customised name (not essential)  
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[[File:Picasaenabled.png]]
 
[[File:Picasaenabled.png]]
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==Sending "pushing" your images to Picasa==
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*You can export to Picasa images attached to forum posts or uploaded in assignments for example.
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*The image will have a green icon next to it. Click this icon to export to Picasa:
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[[File:Picasaexport.png]]
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*If you have not logged in before you will be asked for permission to connect to Google (as Picasa and Google are connected)
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*Agree and log in. The "export complete" message will appear.
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*Clicking "Continue" will take you to Picasa where you will see your image added.
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[[File:Addedtopicasa.png]]

Revision as of 20:00, 13 October 2011


Enabling the Picasa portfolio (admin settings)

  • Go to Settings > Site administration > Plugins > Portfolios > Manage Portfolios;
  • Select from the drop down next to Picasa "Enabled and visible";
  • Click the "Settings" and if desired, give Picasa a customised name (not essential)

Picasaenabled.png

Sending "pushing" your images to Picasa

  • You can export to Picasa images attached to forum posts or uploaded in assignments for example.
  • The image will have a green icon next to it. Click this icon to export to Picasa:

Picasaexport.png

  • If you have not logged in before you will be asked for permission to connect to Google (as Picasa and Google are connected)
  • Agree and log in. The "export complete" message will appear.


  • Clicking "Continue" will take you to Picasa where you will see your image added.

Addedtopicasa.png