Lightroom Web: Add possibility to filter (or sort) photos with a 'like' or a 'comment'

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I use public galleries to share untreated photos with my client after a studio shooting, so that they can choose (with a 'like') the photos I will work on.

My clients often make a first broad selection, and then want to review this selection to narrow it down, but they cannot filter only the photos they have selected. 

Would it be possible to add a filter for users connected on public galleries, so that they can filter only photos they have "liked" or "commented" ?
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Jérémie Fays

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Victoria Bampton - Lightroom Queen, Champion

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I love that idea. It'd be really useful for sending photos to my parents too.
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SPJ

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I can't believe this isn't wasn't implemented from the get go. 

Additionally, there needs to be icon overlays for the photographer/admin in both the web album and in the LR CC application. 

Told my client yesterday to use the like and comment buttons, but without the ability for me to filter and zero in, the feature and function is useless for me. 

Please implement these functions.

21-SEP-18
It's been three months and still no news on when this problem will be remedied. Frustrating as I am working with a client who is using the like and commenting feature so we can work efficiently together.

  1. Unable to view comments on both lightroom.adobe.com and the Android application.
  2. No icons indicating which photos have been liked or commented on by the client on both lightroom.adobe.com and the Android application.
  3. Help pages on Adobe's Support site are old since they indicate that you can easily view comments and likes on both lightroom.adobe.com and the Android application.
  4. Going to contact Adobe Support with this now (if there is such thing as human customer support anymore.)
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David Troeger

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I can't believe so many months after introduction this is not a feature yet either. As much as I love the collaborative feature of Lightroom CC this makes it a pain sometimes
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Daniel Lee

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We need a way to have third parties pick/flag images, one way is to filter by likes

It’s a massive oversight that it is not implemented, especially seeing as you can see likes and comments in Lightroom

Please fix this

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David Troeger

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Please add this functionality back into Lightroom!