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  • #12407 Reply

    Mark

    trying to put together a photo collage for a 50th birthday party, 100+ photos, and want to put it on an easel. Where do you start?

  • #12410 Reply
    Ribbet
    Ribbet
    Keymaster

    Hi Mark,

    Thanks for reaching out to us! You can start by opening our online editor on a desktop or laptop computer. Select GRID COLLAGE and register for an account if you haven’t already so that you can upload more than 1 photo at once (click the Profile icon on the top right toolbar to register or sign in) .

    Next select your layout – you may want a grid and you can change the number of rows/columns at the bottom of the left bar. The maximum supported is 8×8 = 64, but what you can do is create 2 collages. Start with the first, upload your photos and drag them on (you can also use the Auto-fill button on the toolbar). To maximize print quality you can make the collage high quality by clicking HQ on the toolbar, however this will require a Premium membership.

    For the second collage you may want to first clear your Uploads from the Library > Uploads tab (so that you know which photos need to be included).

    When you’ve created the 2 collages, you could print them out separately and combine them on paper. There are ways to combine them in Ribbet but by printing them separately you will maximize your print quality.

    Let us know if you have any questions about this or anything else!

    Regards – The Ribbet Team

  • #12416 Reply

    Marlene Ansley

    I made a collage and “saved it”, but now I cannot find it in my files. Does it take a little while to load to my files??

  • #12422 Reply
    Ribbet
    Ribbet
    Keymaster

    Hi Marlene,

    Sorry to hear that you’ve run into this issue! Saving will be almost instantaneous and there should be no delay. What you can try, is save again (or save another photo from Ribbet) and take a look at the file path in the File Save dialog that appears right after you click Save. You will most likely see your saved collage in the dialog and hopefully be able to locate it with that information.

    Note that on Safari on Mac OS, all files are saved to the Downloads folder.

    Regards – The Ribbet Team

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