Lightroom CC: Add Color Labels

  • 97
  • Idea
  • Updated 1 month ago
  • (Edited)
I added thousands of photos (other than those in Synced Catalogs) and now I cannot differentiate them other than by the standard filters provided because I have used color labels to identify certain criteria. Color labels are just as important as Flags, Please add them!
Photo of Dave Roberts

Dave Roberts

  • 153 Posts
  • 27 Reply Likes

Posted 1 year ago

  • 97
Photo of Barry McCorkle

Barry McCorkle

  • 1 Post
  • 1 Reply Like
I just wish Adobe would tell us if this is in development or not planned.  I agree, that paying a subscription based service ups the ante with exepctations on their customer service and development plans.  Even Microsoft is very open about what is planned or in development for new features with Office 365.  C'mon, Adobe, it's time for more transparency. 
Photo of Bryan Lovell

Bryan Lovell

  • 1 Post
  • 1 Reply Like
I also want to put in my vote for this feature. There is really no reason to move to CC. I don't do a lot of editing on my tablet, but I have a lot of catalog/library work to do and I was hoping to be able to flag color labels on my tablet (because that is convenient) then return to my PC to edit accordingly. 
Photo of Martín Marilungo

Martín Marilungo

  • 8 Posts
  • 3 Reply Likes
Please add color labelss!! :)
Photo of Sasa_G

Sasa_G

  • 1 Post
  • 1 Reply Like
Dear Adobe, we need color-labels in lightroom CC. please include this in the next update! Thank you
Photo of Anna Medvedeva

Anna Medvedeva

  • 1 Post
  • 0 Reply Likes
I'm so disappointed with LR CC Classic.  No color labeling option. No importing options like water marking etc. I feel it is like instagram for kids now, not for the professionals. Community, are there any alternatives? I loved my LR5. This CC Classic one is a snapchat or whatever. We are cool with paying monthly for your service, please give us our options back.
(Edited)
Photo of Jim Wilde

Jim Wilde, Champion

  • 336 Posts
  • 123 Reply Likes
I think you're a little confused. For the last 18 months there have been 2 different versions of "Lightroom"....there is Lightroom Classic CC, which is the updated version of the Lightroom 5 program that you are familiar with, and is currently at version 8. It has all the same features as LR5, including colour labels, plus a lot more new features.

The other version is called Lightroom CC, and is the cloud-centric version which has a simplified interface. Being only 18 months old it does not yet have all the features of the more traditional desktop-centric version.