The following are some of the features that we’re considering adding to PhotoStructure in the coming months and years.
Note that these are not in priority order, and we’ll try to keep this page updated as changes happen.
Browsing with PhotoStructure is designed to be fun and fast.
If you’ve got a bunch of files that are of the same photo or video, and you have to click “next” several times to see something different, it’s irritating and decidedly not-fun.
When PhotoStructure encounters errors, it may automatically send a report to our error system, Sentry.
These error help us determine both what resulted in the error, and how to resolve it in the future.
PhotoStructure is designed to be a very safe home for the images of your life.
You should consider older hard drives, especially more than 5 years old, as fragile parchment that must be handled with care.
If your photos and videos are disorganized, PhotoStructure can bring some order to your chaos.
If you’d like all your photos and videos to be organized into one, tidy place, choose “Yes” on PhotoStructure’s settings page:
If your PhotoStructure library isn’t opening due to database corruption, you can restore your library’s database to a previous version. Although your library’s database is very robust, an incomplete backup or incomplete shutdown may lead to this situation.
Your library’s disk space is proportional to the number of photos and videos you have in your library, and whether or not you choose to have PhotoStructure organize your photos and videos by copying them into your library.