How it works
- Select the pictures to share, open the share menu and tap on JustResizeIt!
- The pictures are loaded into JustResizeIt!. Tap on one of the widgets you have defined for all the different purposes.
- Depending on the widget you have tapped, the pictures are resized and sent via FTP to a server, copied to a new album or an email is composed with all the pictures and all the recipients you defined.
Example for a widget set to compose an email:
Setting up the widgets
Give a sounding name to the widget and choose a decoration
Choose the maximum width and height for the resized image.
Set the percentage how much smaller the resized image will be.
Selet Original to keep the files unchanged.
Set the JPG quality of the images.
Visit Tips & Tricks, Image quality to learn what is the best choice.
In some rare cases, usually on older phones, the internal memory is not sufficient for processing the images. Activate "Spare Memory" to run the resizing with less memory. The colors of the images may be slightly alterated.
The "To" and the "Bcc" list specifies to whom the images are to be sent.
In the "To" list each recipient can see all other recipients.
In the "Bcc" list each recipient can see only his email. "Bcc" stands for "Blind Carbon Copy".
The addresses have to be separated by commas or new lines.
Define freely the subject of the email message.
You can also use several predefined parameters:
||Names of all images
||DSC001.jpg, DSC002.jpg, DSC003.jpg, DSC004.jpg, DSC005.jpg, ...
||Names of the first 3 images
||DSC001.jpg, DSC002.jpg, DSC003.jpg
||Simple names of all images
||DSC001, DSC002, DSC003, DSC004, DSC005, ...
||Simple names of the first 3 images
||DSC001, DSC002, DSC003
||Size of attached images
||Number of attached images
||Date of email in short format (dd.mm.yyyy)
||Date of email in full format (Day, d Month Year)
||Monday, 15 April 2013
"Latest %a pictures of baby John: %n3 and more (%df)"
"Latest 7 pictures of baby John: DSC001.jpg, DSC002.jpg, DSC003.jpg, and more (Monday, 15 April 2013)"
Enter the settings:
- Host - address of the FTP server (e.g. ftp.mydomain.com or 220.127.116.11)
- Port - FTP port (usually 21)
- Folder - Folder on the server (if needed)
- User - Username given by the provider
- Pass - Password given by the provider
Leave "Secure connection" checked to try if your provider supports secure FTP connection. FTPS is used, not sFTP (FTP over SSH).
If "Secure connection" is active, the images, username and password will be sent encrypted. This is very important on public networks.
Enter the path to the folder on your server
Check "Create directory" to automatically create non-existing folders. This is a useful feature for online galleries. Use with care otherwise.
Tap on "Check settings" to check your FTP connection.
- "Failed to connect to the server."
The server was not found. Either the host or the port is wrong, or there is no network connection.
- "Authentication failed."
The username or the password is wrong.
- "Failed to change working directory."
The path is wrong (in case "Create directory" is unchecked)
- "Failed to create folder(s)."
No permissions to create folders.
Browse and choose or create the new folder to save the resized images to.
Usually a folder with images will appear in the Gallery application.
To hide the folder from the Gallery application, use a dot (.) as the first character of the folder name (for example .myprivatephotos).
Check "Empty basket when done" to remove all pictures from the basket when the resizing and sending is done.
Leave "Empty basket when done" unchecked if you want to reused the pictures in the basked for another sending. In example, you can send images per email to your family, then remove the very private ones and send the rest to your friends or upload them to an online gallery.