Thanks to the iOS photos application, we can switch or reduce the Cut of Pictures at iPhone Yes iPad. The process is quick and easy, especially since we’ll be creating a shortcut to save time.
Resize Photos on iPhone Using Shortcuts
When we want to change or reduce the size of photos on iPhone, we can use the shortcuts or shortcuts to make the process easier. Thanks to this, we can create our own tools and simplify various processes.
Thanks to the shortcuts, we can create simple automated actions that follow processes that we have pre-established.
For this we will have to open the Shortcuts app on iPhone or iPad. We go to “My shortcuts” and click on the “+” button located in the upper right corner of the screen.
Here we will have to click on “Add an action”.
Now we will need to add “Change image size”.
In this section, we will need to customize the action that the shortcut will do. For that, we will have to click on “Image”.
A pop-up window will appear where we will have to choose the option that says “Direct Access Entry”, which means we can change the size of any image.
What we are going to do now will be decide the width and height. By default, it comes with a width of 640 pixels and an automatic height that will adapt.
Here we can press the “640” to change the default and set whatever we want. We can also configure to “Ask every time” that we use it. Ideally, this option is precisely what it asks of us every time we go to reduce the size of an image or photo.
Another thing that is good to leave as the default is “Auto Height”, this way we make sure the photo is always viewed correctly.
If we click on the “+” sign, we can add a new action.
Here we are going to look for the “Save to Photo Album” action.
Therefore, by default the shortcut will reduce photo size and then he’ll save it in the photo album without us having to do much more.
But we are not done yet, we need to create the shortcut. For that, we press on the menu with the three dots which is in the upper right corner.
We will have to put a name for the shortcut at the top and then we will have to move the switch of the option “Show in sheet to share”.
Once we’ve finished setting everything up, we’ll just hit “Done” in the top right corner of the screen.
In the shortcut screen, we will also have to press “Done” again.
Once the shortcut is created, we will go to the Photos app on our device.
Here we will have to select the photo whose size we want to change and then click on the “Share” button located in the lower left corner of the screen.
A small window opens and we will have to scroll until we find the shortcut we just created, it will have the name we gave it previously.
We click on it and it will ask us to put the pixels we want the resized image to have.
Now the shortcut will change the size of the photo (s) and they will be automatically saved in the “Recent” album in the Photos app.
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