How to Link Instagram Account to Flickr on Windows Phone?

Instagram is a photo and video sharing website where you can click photos and record videos. Flickr is a social networking site where you can upload photos and videos, organize, edit and share them with others. So if you want to organize and edit photos properly, you can use Flickr website. To share Instagram photos to Flickr, connect your Instagram account to Flickr on any mobile device. If you are looking for a step by step process to link Instagram account to Flickr on Windows phone, read on.

Here are the steps to Link Instagram Account to Flickr on Windows Phone:

  1. Go to http://instagram.com/ & sign in to your account.
  2. Download "Instagram" app on your Windows phone from the App store & launch it.
  3. Open "Instagram app" on your Windows phone.
  4. Tap "..." (3 horizontal dots) and then tap "Settings".
  5. Swipe down to "Preferences".
  6. Tap "Share Settings".
  7. Tap "Flickr".
  8. Provide your Flickr login information and tap "Ok" button.
  9. This is how you can link your Instagram account to Flickr on Windows Phone.

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