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How To Upload Photos To SharePoint From iPhone

Uploading photos to SharePoint from your iPhone can be done easily using either the SharePoint mobile app or the cloud storage manager MultCloud. With these methods, you can conveniently transfer your photos to SharePoint without any hassle.

The first method involves downloading and installing the SharePoint mobile app on your iPhone. Once you have logged in, you can select the desired SharePoint site and access OneDrive. From there, you can easily upload your photos to SharePoint using the “Documents” option.

If you prefer a different approach, you can utilize MultCloud, a cloud storage manager that eliminates the need for installing anything on your iPhone. By creating a MultCloud account and adding your SharePoint account, you can use the “Upload” feature to transfer your photos from your phone directly to SharePoint. Furthermore, MultCloud also offers the capability to transfer photos from SharePoint to Google Photos.

These methods provide convenient ways to upload and manage photos on SharePoint, giving you the flexibility to choose the most suitable option for your needs. Whether you opt for the SharePoint mobile app or MultCloud, you can effortlessly upload photos from your iPhone with ease.

Method 1: Using the SharePoint Mobile App

The first method to upload photos to SharePoint from an iPhone is by using the official SharePoint mobile app, which provides a convenient and user-friendly interface for managing your SharePoint sites. With the app installed, you can easily access your desired SharePoint site and upload photos directly from your phone.

To begin, download and install the SharePoint mobile app from the App Store. Once installed, open the app and log in using your SharePoint credentials. After logging in, you will be presented with a list of your SharePoint sites. Choose the site where you want to upload the photo by tapping on it.

Once you have selected the site, navigate to the “Documents” section within the app. This will take you to the OneDrive storage associated with your SharePoint site. From here, you can tap on the upload button and select the photo from your iPhone’s camera roll or albums.

After selecting the photo, it will be uploaded to the chosen SharePoint site. The app will provide a progress indicator to track the upload process. Once the upload is complete, you can find the photo in the “Documents” section of your SharePoint site, ready to be accessed and shared with others.

Method 1: Using the SharePoint Mobile App
Download and install the SharePoint mobile app from the App Store.
Log in using your SharePoint credentials.
Select the desired SharePoint site.
Navigate to the “Documents” section.
Tap on the upload button and select the photo from your iPhone.
Wait for the upload to complete, and the photo will be accessible in the “Documents” section of your SharePoint site.

Method 2: Using MultCloud

Another method to upload photos to SharePoint from an iPhone is by using MultCloud, a versatile cloud storage manager that allows seamless transfers between various cloud storage platforms, including SharePoint. With MultCloud, you don’t need to download and install any additional apps on your iPhone.

To get started, simply create a MultCloud account and sign in. Once logged in, you can easily add your SharePoint account to MultCloud by following the simple setup process. This will allow MultCloud to access your SharePoint files and folders.

Once your SharePoint account is connected, you can use the “Upload” feature in MultCloud to transfer photos from your iPhone to SharePoint. Simply select the photos you want to upload, choose the destination folder in SharePoint, and click the “Upload” button. MultCloud will handle the transfer process for you, ensuring a smooth and efficient upload.

Another great feature of MultCloud is its ability to transfer photos between different cloud storage platforms. If you ever need to move photos from SharePoint to Google Photos, MultCloud makes it easy. Simply select the photos you want to transfer, choose Google Photos as the destination, and MultCloud will take care of the rest.