Flickr, the photo sharing site, has announced that it has added Facebook sharing to its website allowing users to automatically share the images they upload.
"Today, we’re launching a new and improved way to share your Flickr photos with your friends and family on Facebook! Just connect your Flickr and Facebook accounts and we’ll automatically send an update to your Facebook feed every time you upload a public photo or video," said the company in a blog post on Thursday.
Thankfully, you will have a say over which photos you share:
"As always, you have control over who sees your Flickr images. Once you enable Facebook sharing, updates are only automatically sent to your Facebook feed when you upload them as public (or when you set a photo to public)."
Expect the friends you follow who use flickr to get a lot more visual.