“I simply can’t keep up with the pace with which I snap photos. I rarely go through and delete bad or redundant photos. Rarer still, I take the time to create an album of a trip or event,” Matt Elliott writes for CNET. “I’m long past the point of ever bringing some semblance of organization to my photo library.”
“I’d wager that you, dear reader, are in a similar predicament,” Elliott writes. “Because we can’t be trusted to keep our photo libraries nice and tidy, Apple has taken it upon itself to bring some structure to our sprawling collections of photos.”
“With MacOS Sierra (and iOS 10), the updated Photos app features a new tab called Memories,” Elliott writes. ” It serves up a handful of auto-generated albums each day, based on a place, people or time period… If you have enabled iCloud Photo Library on your Mac and iOS devices, then you can see the same Memories across all of your devices.”
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MacDailyNews Take: Photos’ Memories feature works surprisingly well. If you haven’t checked it out, yet, give it a go!