With lost passwords and clunky sign-up procedures, online photo-sharing can be a bit of a hassle. But a new service from Shutterfly offers a simpler way, Katherine Boehret writes in the Wall Street Journal after taking it for a spin. Shutterfly Share still has some problems— you can’t post original videos, for one—that won’t be fixed by the Aug. 12 launch, but it offers a sleek and simple experience.
The service enables individuals and groups to craft professional-looking sites with an emphasis on photo sharing and collaborative communication. And there are several ways to add photos, including e-mailing them. That could eliminate a barrier for people intimidated by the uploading process.