You can use the Shortcuts app on your iPhone or iPad to create a quick method to shrink an image before sharing it. With this more advanced Shortcut, you can choose a size in pixels or percent, and select the image format and quality.
Check out A Better Shortcut To Resize Photos On Your iPhone at YouTube for closed captioning and more options.
Here is the completed Shortcut:
Thanks for doing this tutorial. I had a mistake and found it using the above for verifying it. Is works well. Making shortcuts can be a little frustrating at times. Ralph
My Shortcuts app is different than what you show,
Is there an up-dated version ?
(I'm using the version from the Apple app store),'
When I add the 3rd script (Media), then Width, it's not followed by a "From" query, ?
area49: This video is brand new, so it is using the most recent version. Which version of iOS do you have? Play around with it and you'll figure it out, I'm certain.
I'm too simple and slow from Finland to make this shortcut myself. Can i have this shortcut ready and simple to put in my iphone (file).
AP: I don't have a packaged-up version of it, so it is probably easiest for you to build it yourself. Just use the image above as a quick guide. Should only take a few minutes.
Gary: I have everything exactly as you have and I am not able to save th changes to a location (i.e. Shared album) or any other Action source.
Scott: Sorry, not sure what could be different. Is your iOS up-to-date? Play around with it and experiment.
Don’t do this after your 2nd covid shot. I’m an idiot. Want this SObadly, but can’t figure it out. Jen
Gary, pretty please can you sell it tome? I spent 2 hours on it. I’m new at this. I’m 61. My brain hurts. Have mercy! Offer it for sale!
Jennie: Just build it as you see in the image above.