Flickr Schedulr is a free Windows desktop application that lets you queue and automatically upload photos to Flickr based on a schedule.
While scheduling, you can set the pictures titles, descriptions, tags, and the photoset and groups into which they should be saved.
- Easily maintain a queue of pictures to be uploaded to Flickr.
- Edit the title, description and tags for each picture, as well as the visibility, content type and license, and set the photosets and groups to which it must be added.
- Automatically retrieves the title, description and tags from the picture when it is added to the queue.
- Warns you if there are pictures in your queue that are larger than the maximum file size you are allowed to upload.
- Pictures can be placed in batches to be uploaded together.
- Drag and drop pictures onto the queue from Windows Explorer.
- Multiple Flickr accounts are supported, you’re not limited to just one user account.
- A Windows scheduled task can easily be created to define and maintain the upload schedule.
- Can be run from the command line with the “/upload /account:name” switch to upload the next picture in the queue.
- Keeps a history of all pictures that have been uploaded.
- Shows you all your important account information, e.g. your remaining upload quota.
- Import and export the configuration to a file (e.g. for backup and restore).
When you first launch Flickr Schedulr, you’ll need to give it access to your Flickr account.
Download: Flickr Schedulr