There comes the IFTTT, which you can use to get the functionality back, though this will require few extra step to set up.
I’m assuming you have flickr account otherwise you wouldn’t have searched for this, right? 😛
Now, get an account on IFTTT, and go to “Create” from the sidebar. You will see something like this.
Click This, and search for Email. You will see “Send IFTTT any email” when you click Email, and then click “That”. Search for Flickr, and “Upload public photo from URL”.
Don’t touch Photo URL field: It is automatically set to email’s attachments. What you type in email Subject will become the title of your flickr file, and the same happens for the description – your email body will become the description. Remember to remove email signatures from the email!
Click Create Action, and Finish. You’re done!
Now, you can email [email protected] and it will convert your email to flickr post. Note that, as this is not an official product, it may take one or two extra minutes to publish on Flickr, but it should be there anytime soon.
I recently applied for ESTA, and just like Canadian eTA, I expected some mails to arrive on my inbox. Nothing appeared, so I checked my status after few minutes, and surprisingly, it was approved. Confused, I googled, and some source said “You should’ve got it”, and given I didn’t receive anything, I sent an email to CBP.
The response I got is as follows:
There are no emails sent during the authorization process, other than the group ID number if you have submitted a group application.
So, no. If you are applying as an individual, you won’t get an email about your status, and even if you are applying as a group, you will (probably) only get an email about your group ID1.
Copyright: Response of CBP (in blockquote) is assumed to be US Federal Government employee work for hire, thus probably in Public Domain in United States. (I’m not a lawyer, and this is not a legal advice)
(probably) because I haven’t applied as a group yet. ↩
Last year (and a day ago) I bought my current iPhone. This is the first outdoor picture taken exactly a year ago. (This was the first snow of 2015-2016 winter. Coincidentally, first snow of 2016-2017 was today.)