Lightroom CC: Add Targeted Adjustment Tool to change specific color

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In Lightroom CC Classic I work mostly with color selection. So i click in my photo and change the tone or saturation of this specific color. In Lightroom CC Classic I miss this option. Please can you add this in later update?
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pixilla

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Victoria Bampton - Lightroom Queen, Champion

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As in the TAT tool for HSL? The HSL sliders are already in there (button at the top of the Color panel) but I agree I miss the TAT tool.
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You got the Target Adjustment Tool today! https://helpx.adobe.com/lightroom-cc/using/whats-new.html

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Franck Payen

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@Rikk, I didn't find a NON manual way to switch from Hue to Saturation or Luminance in the brand new Target Adjustment Tool. Did I miss something obvious ?
I was thinking about pressing alt, command or shift to stay on the same colour area.
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Victoria Bampton - Lightroom Queen, Champion

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There are keyboard shortcuts Cmd Opt Shift H / S / L, or the floating panel, or back to the main panel.
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Franck Payen

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I'm missing "tooltips" and hints on that one. Would love that the shortcuts would be presented in the first learning panel too.