Lightroom CC: Command to for "Delete Rejected Images"

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How to do it? Looked absolutely everywhere and can't find the option, Control+Backspace does not work
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Ross D

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  • Confused and a tad annoyed that i have wasted so much time looking for this.

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Travis Collins

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Hi Ross. Took me a while to figure it out as well. You have to click on the "filter icon" at the top next to the search bar. Then you can filter by rejected photos and delete them all. Hope that helps!
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Ross D

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Feel like such an idiot... I saw the filter and used it! But I never thought of shift and selecting multiples and then deleting! Guess I am just used to the LR Classic. Thanks!
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JLU

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Me too!
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Chris Johnson

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Wish there was a menu option for this like in Lightroom Classic
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Linda Williams

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This makes no sense at all to me.   are there any screenshots to help?
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Rick Spaulding, Champion

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Hi Linda,

Try this:

1. rate images as "rejected" by clicking "x" key 
2. click the Filter icon  to the right of the search window 



3. Sort images by "rejected" status by clicking the rejected flag icon



4. Select all images and delete them



Does that help?
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Saša Pukšič

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Come on, Adobe team, we are all so used to CTRL + BACKSPACE workflow, this should be part of Lightroom CC too.