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Saving different crop settings with versions

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Oct 09, 2021 Oct 09, 2021

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Is there a way to include crop settings when creating a new version in Lightroom mobile? I would like to have multiple versions, each with different crops.

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Community Expert , Oct 09, 2021 Oct 09, 2021

That is already possible. Save your current settings as a new version. Make a new crop, then save this as a new version too.

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That is already possible. Save your current settings as a new version. Make a new crop, then save this as a new version too.

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Community Beginner ,
Jan 11, 2023 Jan 11, 2023

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Hi there! Would you also be so kind as to share a screen grab of how to "Save your current settings as a new version." Thank you!

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Jan 11, 2023 Jan 11, 2023

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Which platform: iOS, iPadOS, Android, Desktop?

 

The principle is the same on all of them, but of course there are small UI differences. The basic process is as follows:

 

1. Edit the image to the point where you want to create a named version (auto versions are being saved all the time).

2. In the edit panel, click/tap on the "Versions" button/icon. For the desktop app it's at the bottom of the edit panel, for iOS and Android the Versions icon is along the bottom of the screen among all the other Edit tool icons, for iPadOS the versions icon is the bottom icon of the edit tools down the side of the screen (looks like clock hands inside an almost complete circle).

3. The Versions panel will appear, make sure the "Named" tab is selected, not the "Auto" tab, then click/tap on the "Create Version" button.

4. Enter the name, and you're done.

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Thanks! That "versions" button is sneaky. 😂

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