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« on: September 07, 2019, 23:48 »
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When ordering keywords, in Fotolia you could select a few and move to the top. Is there anyway to do this in Adobe?
It is a small detail but on several files - anything to save time!
Suzie


Uncle Pete

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« Reply #1 on: September 09, 2019, 11:21 »
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When ordering keywords, in Fotolia you could select a few and move to the top. Is there anyway to do this in Adobe?
It is a small detail but on several files - anything to save time!
Suzie

I generally try to order them ahead of time but if not, yes, you can click and move to the top, or drag and drop. The first 5-7 are supposed to be most important, but from what I can see, after that is not ignored, they are still searched.

« Reply #2 on: September 09, 2019, 14:15 »
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Hello Uncle Pete,
Yes I can do the reordering, just I'd like to move 2 or more up the list at the same time, rather than doing one and scrolling back down again.
 :)

Uncle Pete

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« Reply #3 on: September 11, 2019, 12:13 »
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Hello Uncle Pete,
Yes I can do the reordering, just I'd like to move 2 or more up the list at the same time, rather than doing one and scrolling back down again.
 :)

Of course, I was answering the first question, without understanding that on FT you could grab and move multiple images. Sorry. But easy yes, you can click and the image goes to the top, no marking multiple just click once on anything and it's moved. Actually less work than marking and dragging?

Some days I look at older images and re-order words, but like I wrote before, I try to put them in the right order when I upload, even though SS makes them Alpha sorted. Then I did some searches on AS and words that were adjusted, showed for the same main words as those that had the words down the list, and I mean well past 10-11-12 place. Makes me wonder about how important the first 5 (or 7 in some versions of the guide) really is, unless it's some boost for those words, if someone searches, those words, exactly.

I did that my own images, some sorted for main keywords, some sorted for other keywords. What I mean is, they all showed up the same.  :o



 

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