After you upload photos, OneDrive helps you organize and find your photos with features such as photo search and albums.
To help you find photos, the date appears over the scroll bar as you scroll up and down your photos:
Edit or remove a tag
OneDrive automatically creates tags for things it recognizes. Sometimes it makes mistakes, but you can remove or edit the tags for a photo.
Select the photo.
Select Edit tags.
Type a new tag or select the x next to a tag to remove it. (You edit tags by adding or removing them.)
See all photos from the same location
On the All Photos view, photos taken within a single date are grouped together. These photos have location tags, which you can use to quickly view all photos within the same location.
Location tags can reveal personal information so be careful when using them!
Select the list of location tags next to a date.
Select your preferred location from the list.
Create your own album
OneDrive doesn't create albums automatically, but you can organize your photos into an album that you can share with friends or family.
On the OneDrive website, select Photos.
Select New album and type a name for the album.
Select photos you want to add to the album and then click Add album.
Tip: You can create albums, and add or remove photos from albums, on your mobile device, too.
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