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- In the right-hand side of the screen, above the filter options, should be the general data of the project. The number of subject images should be visible in “Subjects in View” - this is the number of subjects in the order total, which means that this is the number of subjects that need a yearbook pose selected for them
- To see how many images have actually been tagged for the yearbook, go to the “Tags” filter and select Yearbook. “Subjects in View” should remain the same; if the number changes to a lower number than before, it means that some subjects have not had their yearbook pose chosen yet
- To find the subjects that don’t have a yearbook pose, clear your filter, select “Subject ID” under Field Name and “Not Tagged for Yearbook” under Option, and then click Apply
- From there, tag the subject images you’d like to use for the yearbook