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Lr Mobile, determine all the albums a photo is in

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I came across a question at the reddit Lr sub. That OP asked if there was a way in Lr Mobile to determine what albums a photo is in. He mentioned that in Lr Desktop there is the shortcut key i and he could see the albums in an Info panel. He wants to know if there is something like that in Lr Mobile. Thus far neither his googling nor my googling has come up with an answer.
I use LrC, not Desktop or Mobile. My guess, asking the OP at the reddit sub was to try right+clicking (long press on iPad?) on an image and seeing if the contextual menu would have information either to an Info panel or show the albums. I haven't yet heard back from that OP.

I've tried several searches here as well, with various wordings, but did not get any result, so decided to post the question.
I'm also guessing at his version number. He did mention iPad.

And looking at my info in the left panel, I should probably update my Lr version number. It's been a while.
 
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I came across a question at the reddit Lr sub. That OP asked if there was a way in Lr Mobile to determine what albums a photo is in. He mentioned that in Lr Desktop there is the shortcut key i and he could see the albums in an Info panel. He wants to know if there is something like that in Lr Mobile. Thus far neither his googling nor my googling has come up with an answer.
I use LrC, not Desktop or Mobile. My guess, asking the OP at the reddit sub was to try right+clicking (long press on iPad?) on an image and seeing if the contextual menu would have information either to an Info panel or show the albums. I haven't yet heard back from that OP.

I've tried several searches here as well, with various wordings, but did not get any...
I came across a question at the reddit Lr sub. That OP asked if there was a way in Lr Mobile to determine what albums a photo is in. He mentioned that in Lr Desktop there is the shortcut key i and he could see the albums in an Info panel. He wants to know if there is something like that in Lr Mobile. Thus far neither his googling nor my googling has come up with an answer.
I use LrC, not Desktop or Mobile. My guess, asking the OP at the reddit sub was to try right+clicking (long press on iPad?) on an image and seeing if the contextual menu would have information either to an Info panel or show the albums. I haven't yet heard back from that OP.

I've tried several searches here as well, with various wordings, but did not get any result, so decided to post the question.
I'm also guessing at his version number. He did mention iPad.

And looking at my info in the left panel, I should probably update my Lr version number. It's been a while.
No, I don't think there is such a feature in Lightroom Mobile.
 
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I stumbled upon a query on the Reddit Lightroom subreddit. The original poster (OP) was inquiring whether there's a way in Lightroom Mobile to identify the albums containing a specific photo. They mentioned that in Lightroom Desktop, one can use the shortcut key 'i' to view the albums in an Info panel. They seek clarification if a similar functionality exists in Lightroom Mobile. Despite attempts by both the OP and myself to find an answer through online searches, we've come up empty-handed so far.

As a user of Lightroom Classic (LrC), I suggested to the OP on Reddit to try right-clicking (or long-pressing on an iPad) on an image to see if a contextual menu offers access to an Info panel or displays the albums. However, I'm yet to receive a response from them.

Despite conducting several searches with varied phrasings, I haven't found any relevant information. I also noted that I should update my version of Lightroom, considering it's been a while.

To the best of my knowledge, I don't believe Lightroom Mobile includes such a feature.
 
I stumbled upon a query on the Reddit Lightroom subreddit. The original poster (OP) was inquiring whether there's a way in Lightroom Mobile to identify the albums containing a specific photo. They mentioned that in Lightroom Desktop, one can use the shortcut key 'i' to view the albums in an Info panel. They seek clarification if a similar functionality exists in Lightroom Mobile. Despite attempts by both the OP and myself to find an answer through online searches, we've come up empty-handed so far.

As a user of Lightroom Classic (LrC), I suggested to the OP on Reddit to try right-clicking (or long-pressing on an iPad) on an image to see if a contextual menu offers access to an Info panel or displays the albums. However, I'm yet to receive a response from them.

Despite conducting several searches with varied phrasings, I haven't found any relevant information. I also noted that I should update my version of Lightroom, considering it's been a while.

To the best of my knowledge, I don't believe Lightroom Mobile includes such a feature.
Thank you. This seems to be the consensus.
 
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