Show keywords with 0 images

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Apr 20, 2022 Apr 20, 2022

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Is it possible to clean up the keywords?

Or only show keywords with 0 images?

 

When I add a keyword to an image and I have a typo, I remove the keyword and add the correct typed one or correct the spelling directly of it.

 

But this creates duplicates.

 

For example I add the keyword "landscap" (with missing e) and then correct it to "landscape".

My keyword list then contains two keywords "landscap" and "landscape".

"landscap" has 0 images and "landscape" has 1 image.

 

In this small scale it's no problem to detect. But with over 300 keywords it gets quiet messy.

 

Any suggestion for this problem?

 

Currently I try to remember what I entered before, search for the "wrong" keyword and delete it. But this is pretty time consuming...

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You can use the 'Purge Unused Keyword' command, which is the last item under the Library > Metadata menu. However, this command will delete all unassigned keywords, which may not be the best approach if you have unassigned keywords that you want to keep.

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