Yes! There is a "Select" button on the bottom of the grid view page (e.g. the "Pictures without geotag" page) that allows you to select all the pictures that you want to assign to the same location. Once you did that, you can use the "Geotag" button to choose the location on the map and save it to the selected pictures.
Possible reasons could be:
If you cannot see a map after starting GeoPhoto, this could be a defect of Windows or the Maps component hasn't been initialized yet. Please check if the pre-installed Maps app works properly.
No, GeoPhoto does not upload any of your data, pictures or videos to the internet. The OneDrive integration only uses your pictures located in your personal OneDrive storage to show on the map, but none of your personal data is uploaded at any time.
Feel free to add your ideas and feature requests to the feedback forum or vote on existing ones.
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