Mylio Change Log and Version Release Notes

——————————– Updated May 12th, 2021 Version: 3.15 Mac Build: 7309  Windows Build: 7309  iOS Build: 7309 Android Build: 7309 Performance Updated reporting for in-app telemetry ——————————– Updated April 29th, 2021 Version: 3.15 Mac Build: 7308 Windows Build: 7308 iOS Build: 7308 Android Build: 7308 Features New optional support for Microsoft Office docs can be enabled […]

Mylio Glossary

The Mylio team has organized all the terminology used within our app on this page. Below are three tabs explaining both an Essential and Complete list  (one organized by theme and another alphabetical) of terms you may run into while using Mylio.   Sync: Mylio keeps all your devices in sync with the same photos, […]

Face Recognition

Mylio’s face recognition helps keep your photos organized by creating custom albums in the People view of your friends and family…

The Mylio Dashboard

The Mylio Dashboard is your one view to fully understand everything about your Mylio Library. From your library’s media count to your device’s sync status, the Mylio Dashboard is full of fun and practical information to help you keep control of your growing photo library. To access the Mylio Dashboard, simply select the Dashboard text from […]

Understanding People View

The People view in Mylio allows you to easily see your favorite photos of your family and friends in one, easy to read view. By tagging the people in your library, you are telling Mylio that this person is in a specific picture, and Mylio will automatically make a container displaying all photos of them. People […]

The Quick Actions Bar

  Mylio’s Quick Actions Bar gives you one-click or one-tap access to tools that you may need to access often. The Quick Action Bar can be seen at the right side of Mylio when the Details panel is closed and split between the top and bottom of the Details panel when opened.   The Quick […]

Upgrading your library to Mylio 3.4 Facial Recognition

  When upgrading to version 3.4 or later from version 3.3 or earlier, Mylio needs to rescan all faces in the catalog. This is due to a new facial recognition software to enhance Mylio’s abilities to match and recognize people in your library. This can take a second or so per image meaning the larger […]

Understanding Auto-Advance

Mylio’s auto-advance features allow for a quick and easy way to tag any set of photos – no matter the size. Auto-advance waits for you to rate, flag, label, or face-recognize an image before automatically showing you the next image. Mylio’s auto-advance feature can be toggled via the Rating bar in Mylio’s Quick Action Bar. Once on, Mylio […]

Coming from Lightroom Terminology

If you have previously, or currently, use Adobe Lightroom Classic to manage your photos, you may notice that some terms and features are slightly different in Mylio. Collections in Lightroom are very similar to albums in Mylio, they can contain photos from several locations around your library and will display them all together. Folders in Lightroom’s […]

Coming from Apple Photos

If you are currently using or have previously used Apple’s Photos application for macOS you may notice that some terms and features are slightly different in Mylio. Albums in Photos are very similar to albums in Mylio, they can contain photos from several locations around your library and will display them all together. Events in Photos roughly […]

Coming from Aperture

If you have previously or are currently using Aperture you may notice that some terms and features are slightly different in Mylio. Albums in Aperture are very similar to albums in Mylio, they can contain photos from several locations around your library and will display them all together. Projects in Aperture translate to folders in […]

Coming from iPhoto

If you are currently using, or have previously used iPhoto, you may notice that some terms and features are slightly different in Mylio. Albums in iPhoto are very similar to albums in Mylio, they can contain photos from several locations around your library and will display them all together. Events in iPhoto roughly translate to folders in […]