I often upload many pictures, sometimes 50 or more, to a single Facebook page. To do this, I open a folder onto Desktop, and then drag a load of pictures from Organizer. I then upload from Facebook. I wonder if you could do this in a simpler way straight from Organizer. I can do this for Twitter, just drag up to 4 pictures. Thanks. I am in the UK.
The Organizer uses standard Windows protocols that allow you to click and drag files from the Media grid to a Facebook post. I have never used this method with 50+ files. But I assume the only potential limitation is your RAM and your bandwidth.
Unfortunately, Facebook changed their API (the way that Facebook talks to other applications) a few years ago which means Adobe Photoshop Elements no longer supports sharing images directly from the application (unlike Twitter, Flickr, Vimeo & YouTube).
If you want some more options to play with, try using File > Export as New File(s)...
Nope not from organizer. Adobe stopped playing nice with major social media a few years back . the way your doing it is fine.
Just to be clear, yes it is true that the option to upload directly from the Organizer to FB is no longer available, but you can still click and drag a photo from the Organizer's Media grid to a FB post. But apparently there is a 4 MB limit. I got the following message when I mistakenly tried to upload a raw file.