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P: Adding a filter and folders

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Jul 10, 2023 Jul 10, 2023

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With the new update having all of your media automatically uploaded I now don't have just Lightroom edited media on Lightroom. This is very inconvenient for me due to having over 20,000 photos and videos on my one device. If there was a way to filter the Lightroom edited media I think quality of life would improve dramatically. It would allow more organization. As well as adding the ability to create folders to organize my work. Thanks. 

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Jul 18, 2023 Jul 18, 2023

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Hello @The309853861j6w 

If you are talking about the Device tab inside Lightroom mobile, this is displaying only photos on your device camera roll an/or iCloud Photos if you also use that.

 

It is possible for you to manually import all those photos, but given your problem statement, it doesn't sound like this is really what happened.

 

I checked your account, and is seems to be a free, unsubscribed account -- free accounts no longer have the auto import option, and do not sync, which further makes me believe you are referring to the Device tab.  Check out the Edits tab to see images you have actually imported or edited with Lightroom.  For example, if you select All Photos from the drop down menu, do you really see 20,000 images?  

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