LIGHTROOM - Be able to filter, sort, and isolate images based on 'likes', 'comments', and individual users who are viewing the online gallery.

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When syncing your Lightroom catalog please add a feature in the library module as well as in the mobile version of Lightroom (at least Tablets) to be able to view, sort, and filter photos that have been favorited using the heart button on the online public gallery. Also, expanded options for sorting by comments across all Lightroom desktop and mobile software would also be important.

It will be especially appreciated if, beyond the above, the photographer can also view, isolate, filter, or sort images that have been favorited or commented on by one specific user.

Example:

Client's friends and family view the shared gallery and favorite and comment on photos inside that gallery.
I want to be able to filter, sort and view only images that have likes on them or comments. Additionally, if the client has favorited 100 photos for her album choices I would like to be able to filter out every other user's favorites so that I may easily see, isolate, filter, and sort only that images my client wants for their album.
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joshua barry

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  • Anxious to see this change.

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Jaak Ennuste

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This reply was created from a merged topic originally titled Dear Lightroom, please make it possible to filter all photos with the Likes and C....

Dear Lightroom, please make it possible to filter all photos with the Likes and Comments made via Lightroom Mobile / Public Galleries. Currently I have to go through thousands of photos to find ones with these attributes made by my client.
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George Nichols

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I want this as well. Surprising that this isn't a metadata item that is sortable. 
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Robert Hitchcock

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We had the main part of this ability already until you removed it in an update. Why remove functionality? Is there a pro version for this coming, similar to Lightroom classic. Not liking where this is heading, to the phone camera market.