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Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge: How to Create a Photo Collage in Gallery App in Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow

When you want to share some great photos to your family and friend via social media but you have limited data and time, you can save yourself from this problem by using the photo collage feature in the Gallery app in your Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge to put some photos together into a beautiful photo collage so you can share multiple photos at once.


How to create a photo collage in the Gallery app?
You can do so by using the following steps:
  1. Open the Gallery app.
  2. Tap an album where photos you want to collage are saved in.
  3. Select the required photos you want to collage. 
  4. Tap More at the top right and then select Collage.
  5. If needed, you can add more photos to your collage by tapping Add and then select photos you want to add. Tap Done button to add the selected photos to the collage.
    You can add up to 6 photos in a single collage. If you have added 6 photos, the option to add more photos will be unavailable.
  6. If needed, you can change the aspect ratio of your collage by tapping Aspect ratio and then select 1:1(it's selected by default) or 9:16.
  7. If needed, you can change the layout of your collage by tapping Layout and then select the required layout you want to use.
    Alternatively, you can do so by tapping Shuffle to have your phone changes the layout randomly.
  8. If needed, you can change the border of your collage by tapping Border and then slide the adjustment bar next to to adjust the curvature of the corners of the selected cell(slide the bar to the right to get more rounded corner), or slide the adjustment bar next to to adjust the space between cells of your photo collage(slide the bar to the right to get a wider span).
  9. If needed, you can change the background of your collage by tapping Background and then select the required background you want to use.
  10. To rearrange photos within your photo collage without changing the layout, tap and hold a photo in a cell and then drag it to other cell.
  11. If needed, you can do some changes for each photo in your collage by tapping the required cell and then use available options:
    • : tap this option to change the photo in the selected cell with other photo.
    • : tap this option to delete the photo in the selected cell. This will give you a chance to add another photo to the cell.
    • : tap this option to apply an effect to the photo in the selected cell. You can select the required effect and then tap Apply button to apply your selection.
    • : tap this option to make some adjustments to the photo in the selected cell, e.g., crop the photo, rotate the photo, flip the photo horizontally or vertically, and change the photo ratio. Once done, tap Apply button to apply your selection.
  12. If you're satisfied with the result, tap Save button to save your collage.

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