The Right Sidebar contains icons that put many of Mylio Photos’ most useful tools at your fingertips. These options are also available on a smartphone but the location may differ due to the smaller screen size.

Show Right Panel – Click or tap the arrow to display Mylio Photos’ Right Panel.

Hide Right Panel – Click or tap the arrow to hide Mylio Photos’ Right Panel.

Rating & Tagging – Click or tap the tag icon to expand the Rating bar and tag photos with star ratings, color labels, and flags.

Share Selected Items – Click or tap the share icon to easily share your photos to email, social media, export to disk, print, and more.

Face Tagging – Click or tap the Face Tagging icon in Single Photo View to display a circle around each face that Mylio Photos has found and tag or approve each person in a photo.

Batch Tagging – Click or tap the Batch Tagging icon in Grid View to launch the Batch Tagging interface where you can quickly approve or reject Face Tags for multiple images.

Edit – Click or tap the Edit icon to open the Edit Panel and access Mylio Photos’ essential editing tools to improve color, detail, and more.

Rotate Left – Click or tap the Rotate icon to rotate selected images 90 degrees to the left.

Crop & Rotate – Click or tap the Crop & Rotate icon in Single Photo View to open the crop and rotate tool.

Delete Selected Items – Click or tap the Delete Selected Items icon to permanently remove selected photos from your Mylio Photos Library and the file system on all devices.

Add New – Click or tap the plus (+) icon to a new Folder, Album, Event, or Person depending on your selected View.

Zoom – Use the Zoom slider to adjust the size of the information being displayed (e.g. the size of the grid, zoom in or out on a map, or an individual image).

Clipboard – Click or tap the Clipboard icon to open the Mylio Clipboard, a temporary storage space that’s convenient for copying and pasting media in Mylio Photos.

Actions Menu – Click or tap the hamburger menu icon (three horizontal lines located at the bottom right of the screen) to display a series of actions you can take with your current selection. This includes selecting, moving, deleting, and much more. The Actions Menu can also be accessed by right-clicking on a selection.


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