The new Organizer has been redesigned to mirror the light grey, icon-based Elements 11 Editor. Here we look at a handful of improvements made
Photoshop Elements 11 Organizer detects faces in photos, and gives you the option to manually do this as well using the Mark Face icon at the bottom.
The Share tab reveals all social connections, including Facebook at the top and YouTube and Vimeo for uploading videos. Adobe Revel features at the bottom, which enables photos to be synced to mobile devices using cloud storage.
If you like to travel, and shoot lots of photos while you’re at it, then the Places section will be handy. This is where a location can be linked to photos, marking them on Google Maps, so it’s another way to hunt down that one beautiful sunset shot somewhere in Europe…
Although the People feature was around in Elements 10, there’s now an entire section in Elements 11’s Organizer, with the option to assign people into Groups.
Once more, Events, which featured in earlier versions of the Organizer, has been given its own section. This helps you stay on top of upcoming dates and apply descriptions and photos to them too. What was quite difficult to setup and understand in previous iterations, is now much clearer and quicker in version 11.