- iPhoto's Information Pane
- What Is Exif?
- Changing Your Photo's Date and Time
- Changing Your Photo's Name
- Adding a Description to Your Photos
- Batch Changing Titles, Dates, and Descriptions
- Adding Keywords to Your Photos
- Working with the Keyword Manager
- Flagging Your Photos
- Rating Your Photos
- Hiding Your Photos
- Deleting Your Photos
- Using the Contextual Menu
Flagging Your Photos
Similar to how adding keywords to photos duplicates the experience of writing words on the backside of paper photographs, flagging your photos in iPhoto is the equivalent of placing a selected photo to the side in its own special pile while you browse the rest of your photos.
Flag a Photo
Select the photo and click the Flag Indicator in the photo’s upper-left corner. Note that the flag indicator does not appear in the corner of a photo until you move your mouse over it.
When you flag a photo in iPhoto, it is added automatically into a special Flagged photo album that always exists under the Recent header in iPhoto’s source list.
Unflag a Photo
Select the already flagged photo or photos and click the Flag Indicator in the photo’s upper-left corner.
If you want to unflag all flagged photos in your iPhoto Library, select the Flagged album from the source list and then click the Clear Flagged button at the top of the album, or hover your mouse over the flagged photos number indicator in the source list and click the X that appears.