MacBook Air is powered by 5th generation Intel Core i5 and i7 processors. This ultra-efficient architecture was designed to use less power and still deliver high performance. There are many people nowadays who prefer using an Apple products. And the first thing to get the Apple products is Photos, Clarity, Storage and much more. People sometimes don't understand how to organize the photos when they have a great collection of photos and videos. If you are a MacBook Air user and want to know about organizing photos then you are at the right place.
Here are the steps given for organizing photos on MacBook Air:
- Select & Launch 'Photos' app on your Mac.
- Click on the 'Albums' tab which is placed on the top corner sidebar.
- Now right-click on the main window & select New Folder.
- Now give a name to your new folder.
- Finally, drag any albums you would like in that folder inside of it.
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