Ability to move pictures around in Memories
edited March 3, 2021 in Suggest an Idea
Susan Ann Cleaver said: I get frustrated with how the pictures I add to Memories look haphazard with no sense to them except the order you uploaded them. I would like to be able to move the pictures around into an arrangement I like or that make sense to me. Chronological order would be very helpful, but that doesn't have to be the only way they could be grouped or arranged.
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In the memories gallery (but not for a person's profile, there is an option for arranging the memories. The available options default to the order in which memories were added, which is the way it always has been.
In addition, there is a push to take memories to be open-edit, just like the rest of the information for a deceased person's profile pages.
If I remember, I think we were told recently that this part of the site is being reworked.0
Philip A White Sr said: Displaying memories photos in the order they were added really does not improve the program. I want to make the ancestor photos available to anyone who uses FamilySearch. It is how I share ancestor photos and information. Being able to put both photos and documents in any order I want will really improve the program.0
Janie Smith said: I want to put photos of my mom in chronological order. I can't figure out how to do that. Any thoughts?0
gasmodels said: In the memories gallery there is a list view where you can organize all of the photos you have uploaded by event date if you have entered that associated with the memory. Unfortunately at present there is nothing to allow organization on the individual memory page. It has been asked for a number of times.0