Setting up Live Photo Stream is easy and creates a super-fun experience for your guests.
Live Photo Stream Preview
Live Photo Stream 4 Tips
Live Photo Stream Equipment Needed
First, it's a good idea to see how Live Photo Stream works. To do this, take out your laptop (not on your phone), log into your TacBoard account and click the "Live" button. You should then see a version of your gallery that scrolls automatically and displays your gallery's phone number at the top. If you don't already have photos in your gallery, text a few to the phone number on the screen so you can see them pop onto your screen. Don't worry, you can delete these test photos at any time.
Now that you've seen your Live Photo Stream in action, let's set it up.
If you don't have a TV, projector or HDMI cable ask your DJ.
Make sure you have a modern browser like Chrome or Safari.
Confirm adequate Wi-Fi will be provided by your DJ or venue.
Once you have everything you need, set up is simple.
Your friends, family and guests can now begin texting photos to your gallery's phone number and those photos will instantly start scrolling on your Live Photo Stream. This means more fun for your guests and more photos from your event!
Using Chrome on Windows: Click F11 to enter full-screen then click F11 again to exit.
Using Chrome On Mac: Click the green circle in the top-left of Chrome, then to remove the tool bar, while holding both the "command" and "control" keys press the "F" key. Reverese these steps to exit full-screen.
On Windows: You can adjust the page zoom in Google Chrome by pressing the associated hot keys for your operating system. To adjust the page zoom with the keyboard in Windows, press and hold the "Ctrl" key, and then press the "-" (zoom out) or "+" (zoom in) keys on the keyboard.
On Mac: To adjust the page zoom with the keyboard on a Mac system, press and hold the "Command" key and then press the "-" or "+" keys on the keyboard. Press and hold the "Ctrl" (Windows) or "Command" key then press "0" to return the zoom to its default value.
NOTE: If your Live Photo Stream continues to stop at the bottom of the page and your screen is at 100% please try 110%. There is a few screen sizes which require the zoom to be at 110%.