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A Picture Library Web Part that supports Tags

Posted on 2014-12-03
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Hello,

I have created a an album in Windows Live Photo Gallery. I'd like to export that to a Picture library in Sharepoint. I can upload the pictures allright, as well as the Titles and some details, but I cannot find the tags that I added. Are they not uploaded? Do I need another Web Part?
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the tags will not come over in that export, I'm afraid. You can create the columns in your picture library so you can accommodate the metadata, but I don't know of a tool to import your tags.
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Strange, but thanks.
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