Office 365 Gallery
A solution to host a photo gallery similar to 365 video. With hundreds of images taken on a weekly basis on our site a more efficient way to search and share resources. This would allow staff to upload images to a central gallery helping to avoid any duplication.
Instead of having channels like in 365 video, you would have an option to create albums setting security permissions the same as in 365 video. With an option to download the photo or link directly to a document.
Peter Harris commented
I've been waiting for this for years. My organization uses Cumulus, but its costing us a fortune and it is completely useless within the Windows O365 environment. We get great value out of Stream...how far off is the equivalent photo library ???
Don Black commented
Yes, a Google Photos like experience in M365 is what we have been needing for a while. SharePoint photo library is so poor and needs a little attention like Stream. A stream "like" app for photos would be just great (eith searchable AI built in of course!).
I agree too as this represents an added-value for many companies
Carlos Restrepo commented
plus the addition of search functionality similar to Bing photo search (search photos similar to another one, photos containing something in particular or with a specific colour pallet, etc)
Agree with the comment below, perhaps expanding the STREAM solution to include photo albums? - expand the face tagging and with the ability to add forms for release or download permissions, would really expand the "social" aspect of our business. Expanding one platform (Stream), rather than adding another would be my preference.
Onesmus Kibera commented
Indeed a Photo Album for picture and videos in Office 365 E3 subscription is also missing. Please address this solution to host Photo Galleries and Albums....
Jindřich Šaur commented
+1 for Google Photos alternative in Office 365.
Joe Church commented
The ability to share an anonymous "upload" link would be handy to have for some group types of activity. Like if you want to collect photos from family or friends and let them upload images to a shared folder you create, whether they have an O365 account or not.
Kerry Jones commented
Or if you could just expand the file formats accepted for Stream to include images.
Having this work like Google Photo, but on O365 for a company, would be great.
Being able to search company photos by text (image recognition), facial recognition, etc, would be very useful & powerful.
Definitely agree with Paul. Ability to create and share albums with potential customers is really needed. Similar functionality as Windows Photos app that works with personal OneDrive would probably be sufficient.