Photoshop Express: Changes to save a copy of the file I've edited rather than the original didn't let me happy

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Oh, I used to like how it was before... I don't want to save an copy of the file I've edited... It was better to edit the pics, now we need to come back to the album and search for the page which is the file we want to use... too boring. Is EXPRESS, isn't? So, make it be fastest and easiest!
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Posted 7 years ago

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Some users prefer to make edits without losing the original file, so our current design is intended to be non-destructive.
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Good, but before was better, "save a copy" or "save file"... Everyone was happy ;)
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You are saving a copy with the metadata lost, "picture taken on" all shows up as jan 1, 1970. That is nonsense. If I want to save the original I will back up a copy.
I totally agree with the original poster and for this reason stopped using or recommending this app.
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I realize this is an older topic but... What i am wondering is if there is a way to save it as the original, as mentioned above all meta data (like Geotagging) is erased after an edit, so when i go to places tab (assuming your familiar with) in Iphoto on my ipad the edited picture is not there... Original yes, but I don't want keep that one as I edited the pic for a reason (poor quality etc) Any suggestions or thoughts at all?

I hope someone has a moment to answer and I thank you in advavance for the help.

Joe
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Hi Joe, at this time what you ask is not supported. Feedback like yours does help us understand user needs and wishes. Thanks for taking the time to post!
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yes, understanding user needs and wishes better helps you to not support them. We get it.