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Less than X keywords

BMC2611

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Hi

Is it possible to identify photos that have less than, say, three keywords? (Using a Smart Collection or otherwise.)

I have the preset Smart Collection which identifies photos without any keywords, but I was hoping to go a bit further.
 
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My Search and Replace plugin has a "Parse and Audit" command (which you can use without buying the plugin) which counts the number of keywords per image.
 

BMC2611

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My Search and Replace plugin has a "Parse and Audit" command (which you can use without buying the plugin) which counts the number of keywords per image.
Thanks John. The #Keywords filter is even better than what I was looking for!
 
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