Do you have a lot of images that you need to export from Photoshop? Maybe you need to export them to use on a website, or perhaps you need to send them to a client.
Whatever the reason, exporting multiple images from Photoshop can be a bit of a chore.
Export with Save for Web Command
You should export multiple slices in Photoshop with Save for Web command. This will allow you to have control over file size or quality and allow you to save multiple versions of an image (for example, a JPEG and a GIF).
To use it, select the images you want to export, then go to File > Save for Web.Please select each slice or Hold down the Shift key to select multiple slices to make sure the file format is correct and set the quality to maximum. You can also zoom out to see the separate slices in a greater view. Select the file destination and hit Save. You can edit the file name, format, settings, and even the slices if you just want to save those that are selected.Photoshop will create a folder named Images and export your slices there. This is much easier than saving each slice of your image individually.
This is how it will look if you plan to post these sliced images on Instagram.The best method of exporting multiple slices in Photoshop is by Save for Web Command especially If you need more control over your exports, or if you need to save multiple versions of an image.