Image Organizer 123
Frequently Asked Questions
Q:How can I find device specific help?
A:We have included all the device help files below. You can find out how to use all the features of Image Organizer 123. There are also videos showing how to use many features.
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Q:What are the system requirements?
A: iPhone and iPad - iOS 8.0 or greater
MacOS 10.11 El Capitan or greater
 
Q:How do I back up Image Organizer 123?
A:The Image Organzer 123 database is backed up on the Mac by your standard back up method, usually this is automatically accomplished by Apple’s Time Machine which backs up your system. iOS version will get backed up whenever your phone is backed up to iTunes or iCloud.
 
Q:If I delete a photo in Image Organizer 123 is it also deleted in Apple Photos?
A:In the iPhone and iPad the answer is yes, we share the Apple Photo Library. In the iOS version, an image is not deleted permanently until you go to the Recently Deleted album in Apple Photos and either delete it or recover it. In the Mac the answer is no, Image Organizer 123 maintains its own database.
 
Q:If I delete a photo or a complete album of photos can I retrieve them?
A:Yes, In the iOS version, an image is not deleted permanently until you go to the Recently Deleted album in Apple Photos and either delete it or recover it. In the Mac version, there is a Trash command on the ImageOrgranizer123 menu. From that menu item, you can select individual images or all images to restore. You can also permanently delete them.
 
Q:What information do you use from my Apple photo?
A:The information in you photo is camera dependent. Location information is maintained if your camera has GPS information. Image description, time, date and image size are provided as well as some data regarding the camera settings.
 
Q:How do I get photos from my DSLR camera into Image Organizer 123?
A:First you must move the photos from your camera to your Mac. The easiest way is to move them to a folder in the Mac Finder. If you import them into Apple Photos, you will have to drag them from Photos to an Image Organizer 123 album.

Once the photos are in a folder in the Finder there is an Album command in Image Organizer 123 called “Create an Album from a Folder” to make a folder an Album. This is true for the Mac, iPad and iPhone.
 
Q:How do I import my images into Mac Image Organizer 123?
A:There are several ways to import into IO123. You can use Album Import from Folder. IO123 will load the images of a folder into a new album. Second, you can create an album and then select Album Import. You can select one or more images to import into the album. Third, you can drag images from any folder into an open album. You can also drag images from Messages, Mail, Photos, Safari or any other app that supports dragging images and videos.
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