How to See & Share All Photos in a Memory at Once on iPhone (2023 Update)

Here's how to share all the photos in a Memory with a friend or family member.

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Apple's Photos app organizes your pictures into Memories, slideshows set to music. Here's how to view all the photos and videos in a Memory, then share this content all at once!

Related: How to Edit & Share Video Memories in the Photos App on Your iPhone

Why You'll Love This Tip

  • See all the photos and videos Apple has curated for you in each Memory. 
  • Saves time! Share groups of related photos and videos in just a few steps.

How to View & Share Every Photo in a Memory on Your iPhone & iPad

Apple's Photos app automatically creates Memories, collections of photos and videos that play like a slideshow or movie and are set to music (you can even change Photo Memories music). You can see every picture included in a Memory, then share those photos using the Messages app, the Mail app, and social media; here's how. For more great Photos app Memories tutorials, check out our free Tip of the Day.  

  1. Open the Photos app.

    apple photos app
  2. Tap the For You tab, then tap See All to see all the Memories the Photos app has created for you.

    tap see all to see entire memory
  3. Tap the Memory you want to view, then tap Show More to see all photos and videos in the memory.

    tap show more
  4. Tap the More icon at the top-right corner of the screen.

    tap the more icon
  5. Tap Share Photos.

    tap share photos
  6. Choose your sharing method and recipient, then send as you usually would with AirDrop, Messages, email, or social media. 

    choose photo sharing method
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Sarah Kingsbury

Sarah Kingsbury is the Editorial Directer at iPhone Life. She manages the web editorial team and oversees all web and newsletter content. A long-time iPhone and Mac enthusiast, Sarah loves teaching people how to use their Apple devices.