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Or you can apply a keyword to the files so you can easily find them later (say, “Macworld 2000,” “Space Camp,” or whatever). Page 91 tells you how. NOTE When you import files from a folder on your hard drive (or from a CD or DVD), Photos ignores whatever directory structure that folder used. For example, if you’ve painstakingly stored your pictures on your hard drive using subfolders named by date or event—say, a folder named 2016 that contains a folder named San Diego Comic-Con that contains a folder named Thor—those folders disappear in Photos and the images are all lumped together in the Last Import album.

But you can change this behavior so that Photos doesn’t copy the original files, it merely remembers where they are—on your internal or external hard drive, a CD or DVD, a flash drive, a networked hard drive, and so on. Photos refers to these files as referenced, and they remain firmly rooted where they are on your hard drive. You control this behavior with Photos’ preferences: Choose Photos→Preferences→ General (see Figure 2-7). If you turn off “Copy items to the Photos library,” any future content you import won’t be copied into Photos’ library.

That way, everyone gets to use the same credit card— you get to approve kids’ purchases from your device, and you can set spending limits—and you can share a family calendar using Calendar. (You’ll learn how to set up iCloud Family Sharing on page 224). • Set up a shared family photo album. When you set up Family Sharing, a shared album automatically appears in Shared view in the Photos app on all your family members’ devices. Now you can all add pictures, videos, and comments to that album, and everyone will be notified when something new is added.

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