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Fact photos linked to albums
Candice Lynn Buchanan
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Is there a way to link multiple people's facts to a photo already in an album? Example: My grandparents both graduated from the same high school in 1934. I loaded the graduation program to my Grandfather as an education fact photo. He is linked. I want to link Grandma to. However, I cannot find a way to link her education fact to the existing document. I have to either upload it again in her education facts section or I have to link it to her as a photo of her, which I do not want to do since it is text. Am I missing a way to do this?

http://www.myheritage.com/site-photo-albums-187996022/greene-connections#!photo-187996022-18-0-20

I have had same issue with tombstone photos added for burial fact photos. If the stone is for a couple I'd like to link both indivuduals' burial facts to the same picture.

Any help greatly appreciated! If this is not a current feature, I really hope it can be added! Thank you!

Candice Lynn Buchanan
Waynesburg, PA
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RE: Fact photos linked to albums
Aviv Ben-Arie
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Hi Candice,

Thank you for writing to us.

Thank you for your suggestion, I will pass it on to our development team.

If you wish, you can tag the second person in the existing photo, so they are both connected to that photo, however if you would like to add the photo to the fact, you will need to add the photo again, as you stated. 

Regards,

Aviv

MyHeritage.com Team 

Aviv Ben-Arie
Israel
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RE: Fact photos linked to albums [2]
Ben Domenico
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I strongly second this request.   It makes no sense to have to upload the photo multiple times, edit the information in the photo multiple times, tag the people in the photo multiple times, etc.   Then, if something needs to be edited, you have to remember to do it in each copy of the photo.   And unfortunately, I have found the face recognition system does not recognized the faces in the second copy of the exact same photo.   This is a real problem.
Ben Domenico
Denver, CO
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