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Hello, is there an ‘excluding’ filter in the search parameters or any other way to show pictures with a specific tag (let’s say “animals”) but excluding the ones that also have another specific tag (for example “dog”)?
Basically I want to see every “animals” picture that doesn’t have “dog” as a tag (it’s also a useful tool while tagging a lot of similar files since it allows to see if you missed some pictures or not), but I haven’t found a way to do it, not sure if I’m missing anything though.
Why has nobdy from the fstop team answered that question?
It seems to be the case that the fstop search does not understand a NOT or – (minus) operator? I consider this a basic and essential feature of a search function.
Try creating a smart album. It will allow you to apply multiple filtering conditions including tag exclusions. For example, I had a folder of cartoons and other images with multiple tags. The smart album I created included one tag: cartoons and excluded both Simpsons and Family Guy.
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