Difference between revisions of "People tagger"

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The people tagger is used for [[Photo_Tagging|tagging photos]] and for addressing [[inbox|messages]].
 
The people tagger is used for [[Photo_Tagging|tagging photos]] and for addressing [[inbox|messages]].
  
*  The auto-suggest list now contains the 50 family members closest to you sorted by their relationship to you. The relationship is listed next to their name so you can easily identify each person, even with duplicate names.  
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*  The auto-suggest list now contains the 300 [[Family]] group members closest to you (relationship sorterd), 100 Friends by order added, 100 Family group members individually added by order added. The relationship is listed next to their name so you can easily identify each person, even with duplicate names.  
 
* To select a person from the list, click anywhere on their name (no more small checkbox).
 
* To select a person from the list, click anywhere on their name (no more small checkbox).
 
* You can also start typing the first few letters of someone's name. If they are in your '[[My_Family]]' group, just click on their name when it appears.
 
* You can also start typing the first few letters of someone's name. If they are in your '[[My_Family]]' group, just click on their name when it appears.
 
* If they are an extended relation, just click the 'Search Your Entire Tree' button that appears.
 
* If they are an extended relation, just click the 'Search Your Entire Tree' button that appears.

Revision as of 18:08, 18 April 2008

The people tagger is used for tagging photos and for addressing messages.

  • The auto-suggest list now contains the 300 Family group members closest to you (relationship sorterd), 100 Friends by order added, 100 Family group members individually added by order added. The relationship is listed next to their name so you can easily identify each person, even with duplicate names.
  • To select a person from the list, click anywhere on their name (no more small checkbox).
  • You can also start typing the first few letters of someone's name. If they are in your 'My_Family' group, just click on their name when it appears.
  • If they are an extended relation, just click the 'Search Your Entire Tree' button that appears.
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