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Hi Guys! A simple question: 

On lightroom cc when I import photos from my hard disk (to the cloud), I only see them by date and not as they were on my hard disk. I'll make you an example:

On my Hard disk there's the "Thailand" folder. When I import it to Lightroom, all the Thailand photos are not located in a folder called "Thailand" but I find them only sorting them by date.... All my SSD organization is useless or there's something I can do to fix this? Thank you!   

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Once you've sorted by date or other criteria, you can organize your photos in folders and albums. Here is a detailed article from Adobe on organizing your images: https://helpx.adobe.com/lightroom-cc/using/organize-photos.html  You can  also find in app tutorials by clicking the Help icon  in the upper right corner.

 
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Hard Disk locations

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Hi Guys! A simple question: 

On lightroom cc when I import photos from my hard disk (to the cloud), I only see them by date and not as they were on my hard disk. I'll make you an example:

On my Hard disk there's the "Thailand" folder. When I import it to Lightroom, all the Thailand photos are not located in a folder called "Thailand" but I find them only sorting them by date.... All my SSD organization is useless or there's something I can do to fix this? Thank you!   

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Correct answer by cmgap | Adobe Community Professional

Once you've sorted by date or other criteria, you can organize your photos in folders and albums. Here is a detailed article from Adobe on organizing your images: https://helpx.adobe.com/lightroom-cc/using/organize-photos.html  You can  also find in app tutorials by clicking the Help icon  in the upper right corner.

 
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Lightroom (Cloud Based) does not have any relationship to disc based folders.

 

You would need to create the Album in the application first or there an option to create a new one on import 

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Thank you so much for your time!

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Once you've sorted by date or other criteria, you can organize your photos in folders and albums. Here is a detailed article from Adobe on organizing your images: https://helpx.adobe.com/lightroom-cc/using/organize-photos.html  You can  also find in app tutorials by clicking the Help icon  in the upper right corner.

 

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Thank you so much! I'll check it out!

 

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