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Using Photos Faces
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Yes. Just click on Faces on the left. Then click and edit any name.
hi Gary, coming str8 to the point i don't see the faces option to choose on my photos app. am i missing something.
thank u for your valuable time
Which version of OS X are you using? Which version of Photos?
Hi Gary, can I add to viewers, from the find faces page, suggested faces, you can drag and drop suggested faces to the ones you have listed on top. This makes the process of identifying faces much quicker.
Not sure what you are asking. You can definitely drag and drop from Suggested Faces to the faces on top. Did you try it?
I don't see a "Faces" album on my iPhone 6 either. I do, however, on my iMac. How do I check the Photos app version on my iPhone 6?
You don't need to check the Photos version, just the iOS version. Make sure you are running the latest. But you won't see Faces on your iPhone unless you are using iCloud Photo library to share your library between your iPhone and Mac.
If I want to use a photo in another venue, say, for example a email, does the photo transfer with the names on it? If so, how do I remove the names before the transfer?
No, the names of the Faces are part of your Photos database. When you attach a photo to an email, you are basically exporting it out of Photos so you just get the photo and the basic metadata (location, image data etc). Try it.
Is it possible to globally change a name once you have started assigning the name to a particular face? I.e. as your file builds you have a second person with the same first name so you want to add a last initial to both.