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If you have ever had to delete a large number of photos from your iPad or iPhone, you will know that it can be a tedious process.
iOS 9 now offers a much quicker way of selecting multiple photos - much quicker than tapping each and every photo you need.
Now, when you are in 'thumbnail' view (in Moments or in an Album), you can go into 'Select' mode (by tapping Select at top right) and then swipe your finger diagonally across multiple rows of photos to select them.
Watch the video below to see how it is done.
Tap any individual photo to 'un-tick' it.
Having 'ticked' the required photos, you can then choose what to do with them - Delete them, Add To an existing or new album or perhaps share them.
Select a whole 'Moment' of photos
Just in case you hadn't realised this already, you can also can select a whole 'Moment' of photos when you are in Select mode in the Moments view (a feature that was already available in iOS 8).
Just tap Select at the top right-hand side of the required Moment, and you will see all photos in that 'Moment' become 'ticked'. You can then 'un-tick' any individual photos that you don't want. selected
Once again, you can then choose to Delete, Add To and album or Share these selected photos.
Here are some of the past Handy Hints about Photos on iPad and iPhone
We've gathered together quite a list over the past couple of years of Handy Hint Newsletters. The following list can be found in the Handy Hint library of the iTandCoffee Club.
You can Join the Club for $30 per year, and gain unlimited access to great content like this, as well as slideshows and videos of classes and regular free or half-price sessions.
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