Windows 10: Displaying Tags/Titles with JPG photo files

Discus and support Displaying Tags/Titles with JPG photo files in User Accounts and Family Safety to solve the problem; Before Win10 I could add a tag or title to a JPG picture and have it display on screen then I displayed the pictures full screen. Now in Win10 I can... Discussion in 'User Accounts and Family Safety' started by Art45, Apr 24, 2019.

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    Displaying Tags/Titles with JPG photo files


    Before Win10 I could add a tag or title to a JPG picture and have it display on screen then I displayed the pictures full screen. Now in Win10 I can add it to the details tab for the picture, but it won't show when the picture is shown full screen. Can this be done?

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    Art45, Apr 24, 2019
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  2. tags or title for pictures / photos

    Hello,

    Thank you for writing to Microsoft Community Forums.

    Title is used to get more information about the content, different documents will have different title.

    You can add same tags for documents with different title to group them to together, which will help in searching the file with same tags. I suggest you to follow the steps mentioned below to add tags or title to your image.

    Steps:


    1. Right click on the Image or photo you want to tag.
    2. Select Properties.
    3. Select Detail tab.
    4. Under Description section, select
      tags or title.
    5. Add your tags or title and click on
      Ok.

    Note: You can add more than one tag to the same image or photo.

    Hope it helps.

    Sandeep Kumar M

    Microsoft Community – Moderator
     
    Sandeep_KM, Apr 24, 2019
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  3. tags and titles

    Hello Angela, my name is Alexander. I'm an Independent Advisor and I'm happy to assist you!

    Title is used to get more information about the content, different documents have different titles.

    Title is a name of a photo or a document that gives main information about the content. So, each document has its own title. Tags are words that help in searching this specific photo or document, so each document or photo can have several tags. Tags help to
    group photos or documents together using the common information.

    You might want to follow the steps to add tags or title to your photo:

    Right click on the photo you want to tag.

    Choose Properties

    Chosse Detail tab

    Find the Description section, and select tags or title

    Now you can add tags and the title. Click on OK

    Best regards,

    Alexander B.
     
    Alexander Bertnikov, Apr 24, 2019
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  4. Displaying Tags/Titles with JPG photo files

    How to display photo titles when using Photos app

    Is it possible to display the photo Title information (metadata) as part of a slideshow within the Photos app?

    Even the 'File information' that can be viewed using the 'right-click' option within the Photos app seems to exclude a lot of the file metadata that is visible through Windows Explorer, including useful fields such as Title and Tags, etc. Is there a reason
    for this?



    Thanks
     
    StephenMc_964, Apr 24, 2019
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