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2:24 8:46 Suggested clip Windows 10 Tip - Tagging Photos. Even Multiple Photos at Time YouTubeStart of suggested clipEnd of suggested clip Windows 10 Tip - Tagging Photos. Even Multiple Photos at Time
Open File Explorer. Click Downloads. Right-click the file you'd like to tag and choose Properties. Switch over to the Details tab. At the bottom of the Description heading, you'll see Tags. Add a descriptive tag or two (you can add as many as you'd like). Press Enter when you're done. Press OK to save the change.
Navigate to the file you want to tag and right-click it. In the menu that appears, select Properties. In the Properties window, select the Details tab. On the Details tab, double-click the Tags line to add one or more tags, separating each one with a semicolon.
1:55 8:46 Suggested clip Windows 10 Tip - Tagging Photos. Even Multiple Photos at Time YouTubeStart of suggested clipEnd of suggested clip Windows 10 Tip - Tagging Photos. Even Multiple Photos at Time
The tags from the Photos app are stored in a sqlite database file. That database is specific to that computer.
What Is a Tag? Tags are nothing more than keywords used to describe a piece of data, whether it's a web page, a digital photo or another type of digital document. Of course, people have been organizing digital images by keywords and categories for a long time, but it wasn't always called tagging.
Just right-click on the photo and choose Open With Preview. In the toolbar menu, click on Tools and then Show Inspector. In the Inspector window, click on the Exif tab and you should see all the Exif data for that picture. You'll see more or less depending on how much Exif data is stored in the image.
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