The one thing that is blaringly absent from the Snapfish home page is the Snapfish community. When you are done signing up for an account, which you are required to do before you can explore the service, you can upload photos and order prints but there is no sign of other Snapfish users.
The only way you can connect with other Snapfish users is if you share a photo album with them via email. You can’t view or search everyone’s photos like you can on Flickr.
However, Snapfish does score some points by giving users two nice tools. They have a photo uploader called QuickUpload that users can download to their desktop for streamlining mass uploads. They also have a tool called PictureMover that uploads photos from your cameras and devices straight to your Snapfish account.