12 Must Have Flickr Scripts. Part 2.

The first part is here:
12 Must Have Flickr Scripts. Part 1.

Lets take a closer look at these interesting scripts for improving your Flickr productivity.

  1. Flickr Contacts Organizer (install script)
    A script for Firefox that lets you tag your contacts so you can keep up with their photostreams and contact them more easily.
  2. Flickr MultiMailer (install script)
    Lets you send Flickr Mail to multiple recipients at once. It has mailing list feature, that lets you save a group of contacts as a mailing list. Extremely useful! 
  3. Flickr Group Pool Admin: Warn+Delete (install script)
    Have a Flickr Group? This script is for you! It lets you single click to remove images from a group pool, delete all a users images from a pool, also easily mail a user, kick, ban or promote a user all from the group pool page itself.
  4. Flickr Favorite Users (install script)
    Shows, on the main contact page, your “favorite users” on Flickr.
    These are the user owning photos you have favorited. They are sorted by the number of favorites you have from them.
    Also works on other user’s contacts page so that you see which user they favorited the most.
  5. Flickr Photo Rank (install script)
    The script queries Flickr for rank of the current photo in explore. The result is displayed on the photo page in additional information.
  6. Flickr AllSizes+ (install script)
    Access all sizes for a Flickr photo. Copy the code, download the image and much more. Fully customizable through a Settings panel. Auto-updates itself for newer versions.

Hope, these scripts will help you and make your Flickr experience better.
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