Google has released the new Picasa 3.6 build that supports cooperative albums just like its web opposite number - Picasa Web. Google's photograph management application Picasa 3.6 now permits users to upload pictures and videos to their Contacts' cooperative albums immediately.
This suggests, you can upload your college days or university time pics to your chum's album - just as a collection of memories. Picasa 3.6 software permits adding contributors to the collaborative web albums from the desktop.
Contributors can be added while uploading or sharing pictures to the album. While viewing a folder or album, Picasa 3.6 will show name tags in the "People" pane. Also, the users can select and remove the folders from being scanned for faces by toggling the face detection on respective folder. Photographs can be saved by date taken or custom folder name and the photographs get arranged instantly. The much merited option of saving the photos' original JPG compression quality has been added. Also, users can create and save custom crop sizes. This cooperative albums support will now let users to upload and tweak cooperative web albums at ease - right from their desktop.