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A step-by-step guide to create and manage your own Wallfeed from the web.



Sign in to Wallfeed

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Enter your credentials and login to Wallfeed.

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Click on your name on the right side of the top bar. From the drop down menu, select "Create Wallfeed".

Create your wallfeed

You are now on the Wallfeed wizard. There are simple steps to creating Wallfeed. First step is to enter the name, description and tags. Please do the same and press Next.

Wallfeed Wizard - Enter name, description and tags.

Add images to your feed by clicking on the "Add Images" button.

Wallfeed Wizard - Add Images.

You will now get an image uploader popup. You can add images by either by Adding Images from Disk, Dragging and Dropping images or grabbing images from a URL. From Image Quality drop down, please choose High Quality option. You can follow the below mentioned guideline for the images to look good as wallpaper on phones.


  • Keep the height of the image to 1920px and let the width be determined as per the aspect ratio.
  • The image should be jpeg only.
  • The color profile should be sRGB
  • If you are using Photoshop, you can use File -> Save for web -> Set Quality as JPEG high (80), convert to sRGB, re-size with height set to 1920px
  • Please ensure that each image is less than 1 Megabyte.
Wallfeed Wizard - Drag and Drop Images.

Drag and Drop images from the disk to the area named "Drop images here". Please restrict to about 7 images at a time.

Wallfeed Wizard - Drag and Drop Images.

The Uploading begins with a progress indicator. Please wait until the images are uploaded.

Wallfeed Wizard - Image Uploading in Progress

After all the images are uploaded, you will get a pop up where you can add image details like title, description, track back link and tags. It is a good practice to at least add the title for each image. The individual track back link supersedes the master web link provided while creating the Wallfeed. This can be useful when you want to navigate the user for image specific web pages to get more information. After adding the relevant details, click on Update.

Wallfeed Wizard - Add image details

You can choose to re-order the images in the Feed. This is an optional step.

Wallfeed Wizard - Re-order images

Re-order by drag and drop. Once done, click on Update.

Wallfeed Wizard - Re-order images

You may choose to enter a web-link for your feed. This is the default link that opens when the user goes to Options Dashboard from Wallfeed app and selects "Open". This link is overridden if you have specified track back link for each image as discussed previously. This too is optional however. Once done, click on Save and Continue.

Wallfeed Wizard - Add Web Link

You may choose to enter a web-link for your feed. This is the default link that opens when the user goes to Options Dashboard from Wallfeed app and selects "Open". This link is overridden if you have specified track back link for each image as discussed previously. This too is optional however. Once done, click on Save and Continue.

Wallfeed Wizard - Add Web Link

Now that the content is in place, you are almost ready to publish!. First step here is to select a cover shot that represents your feed.

Wallfeed Wizard - Publish - Add Cover shot.

You can select any of the existing feed images or upload a new one that could represent your brand identity. In case of the latter, please provide an image that is at least 512px wide.

Wallfeed Wizard - Publish - Add Cover shot.

You need to declare if your feed has any nudity. Once done, click on Publish.

Wallfeed Wizard - Publish

You are now directed to the published feed page. From here you can choose to share your feed with your audience using social channels. We have provided standard integrations with Facebook, Twitter and G+ in order to help you make your feed Viral.

Feed Page

Your feed will also appear in What's New section.

Your feed in What's New

You can add more images or edit existing ones by going to My Feeds. From right drop down menu click on "My Feeds".

Feed Update - My Feeds

Click on the feed that you want to edit.

Feed Update - Feed Select

You will see your feed images here. Click on "Add Images" to bring up the Image Upload pop up.

Feed Update - Add more images.

Drag and drop additional images.

Feed Update - Add more images.

Below each images there are two options; edit and remove. In order to remove an image from the feed, click on Remove. Edit allows you to modify the title, description, link and tags of an image. Click on Edit below any image and you will get a pop up dialog to edit the fields. Click Update when you are done.

Feed Update - Edit Images.

You will see that the new images are added at the end. You can re-order the images as discussed earlier. Once done, click on Save and Continue. This sends a broadcast to all your subscribers and their wallpaper will change in real time with the newly added images.

Feed Update - New Images Added.