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See date/time on individual actions (other than import) in history

New Here ,
Nov 15, 2021 Nov 15, 2021

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I searched a number of keywords and phrases both here and elsewhere online and couldn't find this, so forgive if this has been asked before...

 

Is there a way to turn on a setting that will show the date/time of individual edits while in Develop mode in Lightroom Classic? So, for instance, if the exposure of an image file was changed on 11/15/21, and then I open the catalog and view that image file's history, is there a way that I can see the date that edit was made? By default, I can already see this info for the Import step, but there's no timing info for anything that happens after import. Is this a setting I can turn on, or is it even info I can see elsewhere in the app?

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Nov 15, 2021 Nov 15, 2021

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If you use and apply Snapshots regularly and then allow Lightroom to name them the default (which is the Date/Time) you can get back to various versions of your image on a time stamp basis. 

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Ahhhh, interesting. I've never used snapshots in LR. But that's an easy enough workflow change I think. Thank you!

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