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  1. hi in the key words and in the title, the names of cities, countries, it is better to put them with a capital letter or not ?? thanks
  2. Keywording is so time-consuming and I keep running out of ideas of what to tag photos as. I don't have a question. I'm just complaining. ha! Seriously....it's not that bad, but some days I zone out doing it.
  3. hello can we put in the key words the same words as in the title ?? or it's not right or not allowed ? thanks
  4. What are super key words ?and what is the best way to increase discoverability of your images
  5. I started updating the keywords to the pictures of the previous years. In some cases, it is advisable to delete the entire set of key words to image. However, it is impossible to do this in the new Image Manager . Is it possible to use the old Image Manager in parallel? Are there other ways to resolve this issue? Thank you.
  6. Hi all, With the old system it used to be possible to open up two browser windows and copy and past keywords from one set of old images into another set of new images. This was particularly helpful when you just wanted to copy over old keywords into very similar photos. Saved one heck of a load of additional key wording time. Does anyone know if it is still possible to do this? Is there a work around? I have experimented with quite a few options but haven't found one yet. Thx. John
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