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The whole truth about photo albums on iPad

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iPhoto displays events or photos in the order in which they were shot, from oldest to most recent. You can reorder events or photos in your library or album using sorting.

Note: Sorting can only be performed on one criterion at a time. For example, you can sort photos in an album by date, then sort them by title, but you cannot sort photos by date, and then sort by title within a date.

How to sort events

Choose Events from the source list, then choose View> Sort Events. (If you are working in full screen mode, move the pointer to the top of the screen to display the menu bar.)

Select an option in the submenu:

By date. Sorts events or photos by shooting date, from the earliest to the most recent. To sort in the reverse order, select View, then Sort Photos or Sort Events, then select Descending.

By title. Sorts events or photos alphabetically by their titles.

Manually. Allows you to drag events or photos, arranging them in any order you need. You cannot drag and drop photos in a smart album.

How to sort photos inside events (without sorting the events themselves)

Choose Photos from the source list, choose View> Event Headers, and then choose View> Sort Photos. (If you are working in full screen mode, move the pointer to the top of the screen to display the menu bar.)

Select an option in the submenu:

By date. Sorts events or photos by shooting date, from the earliest to the most recent. To sort in the reverse order, select View, then Sort Photos or Sort Events, then select Descending.

By keyword. Sorts photos alphabetically by keyword.

By title. Sorts events or photos alphabetically by their titles.

By rating. Sorts photos by rating, from the lowest to the highest. To arrange photos in reverse order, choose View> Sort Photos> In Descending Order.

How to sort photos (excluding event grouping)

Select “Photos” from the list of sources, select the “View” menu and make sure the “Event Headers” box is unchecked, then choose “View”> “Sort Photos”. (If you are working in full screen mode, move the pointer to the top of the screen to display the menu bar.)

Select an option in the submenu:

By date. Sorts events or photos by shooting date, from the earliest to the most recent. To sort in the reverse order, select View, then Sort Photos or Sort Events, then select Descending.

By keyword. Sorts photos alphabetically by keyword.

By title. Sorts events or photos alphabetically by their titles.

By rating. Sorts photos by rating, from the lowest to the highest. To arrange photos in reverse order, choose View> Sort Photos> In Descending Order.

You can sort events or photos in an album using one of the above options, and then additionally sort objects manually. This will allow you to sort events or photos, for example, by date, and then drag the sorted events or photos in the desired order. In the Photos mode, you cannot sort photos manually.

Comments: 5

Tell me how to put one album in another?

The standard "Photos" application does not allow subfolders. Only third-party programs such as photo managers and file managers.

By the way, I did not find completely satisfied with me after a very careful analysis of the programs presented on the market. Sadness. These are all the results of the "closeness" and wretchedness of the ios file system :(

hello, I threw the photo on the iPad via iTunes, and then, when I needed to drop these photos from the iPad on the copm, the computer does not see the albums, but only sees the photos that were taken after synchronization, how to make the computer see these photos

Ilya, try to save photos on sd-micro, and then look at the photo on your computer through the adapter, this memory card.

How to create new albums using the Photos app on iPhone and iPad

1. Launch the application "A photo" on the home screen.

2. Click "Albums" at the bottom right of the navigation bar.

3. Click on the button Add (looks like «+») in the top left corner.

4. Select "New album".

5. Create a name for the new album.

6. Click "Save".

7. Select the photos or videos that you want to add to this album.

8. Click Done in the upper right corner.

9. The new album will appear in the tab "Albums".

How to add photos and videos to existing albums using the Photos app on iPhone and iPad

1. Launch the application "A photo" on the home screen.

2. Click an album to view its contents.

3. Click "Choose" in the upper right corner.

4. Click on the button that appears at the bottom of the screen. Add.

5. Click on the photos or videos you want to add and click Done.

You can create albums based on people, places, trips, types of photos and other criteria.

Firstly

  • Update your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch to the latest version of iOS and your Mac to the latest version of macOS.
  • Set up iCloud on all devices and verify that you are signed in with the same Apple ID.



The "Photo" program groups the contents of the library into sections "Moments", "Collections" and "Years" and organizes it by time and place.

Moments: groups of photographs and videos taken at about the same time and in one place, such as during the day on the beach.

Collections: groups of moments taken in one place, for example, on vacation in the Crimea.

Years: View the contents of the library in a mosaic of all photos and videos by year.

If you click on the “Photos” tab in iOS, a media library is displayed, sorted by moment. Click the icon to view the contents of the library, grouped by collection, and again click the icon to view the contents of the library, grouped by year. On a Mac, use the Moments, Collections, and Years tabs at the top of the Photos program.

Click or click the location of any moment, collection, or year to view a summary of photos and videos, people on them, a map of locations, and related memories.


In the “For You” section of the “Photos” program for iOS, you can see the actions in the general album, get tips on adding effects to selected photos and find Suggestions to share - collections of photos that are perfect to share with friends.

The For You section helps you relive your favorite moments with the Memories collection. The Photos program searches photos, videos, events, trips, people, and other data, and then presents them in beautiful collections. This way you can rediscover your weekend trip or major events such as your first birthday.

On your Mac, the Memories collection can be found in the sidebar of the Photos program.

Albums Tab


The Albums tab displays the albums you created, the shared albums that you created or joined, as well as automatic collections of different types of photos and videos, such as panoramas, selfies, slow-motion and frame-by-frame videos. You can even arrange photos by location on the world map in the Places album or by the people captured on them in the People album.

The “All Photos” album on your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch displays the entire collection of photos in the order they were added to your library. To switch to a similar view on a Mac, click Photos in the sidebar, then click the Photos tab at the top of the window.

The Photo program makes it easy to organize your collection in the way you want. When using iCloud Media Library, changes made to albums on one device are also displayed on other devices.

Create a new album

On an iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch: open the Albums tab and click the icon. Enter an album name, and then select the photos and videos you want to put in the new album.

On a Mac: Choose File> New Album. Enter an album name, then click “Photos” in the side menu. Drag photos and videos from the Photos window to the new album in the side menu. Alternatively, you can select the photos to add to the album, click and hold the Control key, and then choose Add To> New Album.

The Photos application on your Mac allows you to create smart albums that automatically update based on your selection. For example, you can create a smart album containing photos from the last 30 days. Choose File> New Smart Album, enter an album name, then select the conditions that you want to use.

Adding to an Existing Album

On an iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch: click “Select” and click the photos and videos that you want to add. Click Add To and select an album.

On a Mac: drag photos and videos from the Photos window to the new album in the side menu. Or select the photos you want to add to the album, hold down the Control key and select Add To> Album Name.

Album management

If you need to change the name of the created album, open the “Albums” tab and click “View All”. Press “Change”, click on the name of the album and change it. On a Mac, select an album, then enter a new name.

To rearrange the albums on your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch, click Albums, then click View All next to My Albums. Click "Edit." Then press and hold the album, then drag it to the desired location. When finished, click Finish.

To rearrange the albums on your Mac, click My Albums and drag the album to the desired location. You can also click My Albums while holding down the Control key, then select Sort to sort albums alphabetically or by date.

Shared Albums

Looking for a place where everyone could share their photos from a family celebration? Shared albums are just right for these purposes.

If you want to share a photo, video or album, click or click the icon and select “Shared Albums”. You can invite up to 100 friends and family members to a shared album. They will be able to leave likes, comments and even add their own photos.

The Albums view displays the shared albums that you created and the shared albums that you joined. On a Mac, shared albums appear in the side menu of the Photos program. You can also go to the “For You” tab (or the sidebar on a Mac) to view recent activities in a shared album. You'll see Likes and comments on shared photos and new photos from other people's shared albums.

Search by photos


The Photo program makes it easy to find photos of the right person or object. You can also search by places and events.

Click the Search tab, then enter a query in the search bar. On a Mac, the search bar is located in the upper right corner of the Photos program.

People: Find photos of specific people or groups of people in your library. The main thing is to maintain the ordering of names and faces in the album "People".

Places: view all your photos and videos on the map in the Places album. Or enter the name of the place in the search bar to view all your photos and videos from the memorable place.

Objects: The Photo program recognizes scenes and objects. Search for, for example, “lake,” and then select a category in the results to see all matching photos.

Developments: Search for an event, such as a concert you attended a few months ago, and the Photos app on iOS will use the time and location of your photos and a list of events on the Internet to find the right photos.

The Search tab in the Photos app for iOS also offers moments, people, places, categories, and groups to search. Click a suggested search option, such as “one year ago” or “cat,” to view and rediscover photos.

When searching for photos, all face recognition and scene and object detection operations are performed exclusively on your device. Additional information about photos and privacy.

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