Filter by Edited Photos

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Would really like to see a way to differentiate between edited and not-edited photos.  Either an icon, or preferably a way to filter.  This appears as an option in the iOS app, and in Lightroom Classic CC, but isn't an option on the desktop version of Lightroom CC.
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Ankur Murarka, Employee

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Filtering on edited/non-edited photos is possible with the latest desktop version of Lightroom CC. You can type "edited:" in the search bar and choose from the options that gets listed in the suggestions popup.
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But the filter doesn’t work properly. When filterung uneditet pictures on my IPad it shows me a lot of pictures where adjustments were made.

For those pictures the before/after isn‘t available too, it only show the 2 times the same edited picture ass if no changes were made.

Is this a known problem?
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So... some of the features that have a nice UI on the phone are "done" on desktop when we can type them in to the command-line ourselves? Great, I guess.

BTW, I just filtered by edited:no and it certainly doesn't update dynamically (which is probably okay because it's frustrating to have a photo disappear as soon as your start editing it) but it's actually pretty unclear when it updates. I cleared the filter status entirely then re-added filters including edited:no and the photos I just edited are still there. What's the deal with that?