It’s simple to check and edit dates and times in your metadata so your photos show in chronological order in Calendar view. An image might need to have its capture date adjusted for several reasons. A few examples:

  • The image was scanned from a print. By default, scanned media shows the capture date as the scan date, rather than the date the photo was taken.
  • You got a new camera and started taking pictures without adjusting the camera’s internal date and time setting.
  • You visited a location outside your home time zone, which caused the time stamp of a series of images to be off by one or more hours.

No matter the reason, correcting the date and time is easy with Mylio.

  1. Open Mylio and select a photo, or series of photos.
  2. Open the Info Panel in the Details Panel.

  1. Click on the Capture Date & Time to edit it.

  1. The Adjust Date and Time dialog has several options:
    • Single Date – The Single Date tab allows you to set every selected photo to a specific date and time.
    • Shift Dates – The Shift Dates tab is only visible when multiple photos are selected. This tab allows you to shift the dates of a range of photos by a set amount of time. This means the images will keep the same chronological order, but the start and end date and time will shift. This is particularly useful for correcting time-zone issues.
    • Date Range – The Date Range tab allows you to set an estimated date range. This is great for scanned images where you are unsure about the actual date images were taken.
    • Undated – The Undated tab removes all date and time metadata from the selected images.

  1. When you’re satisfied with the date and time adjustments, click the Set button to confirm your changes.

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