Thanks Larry, but following people around the forums telling them how and what they should post and what their opinions of Apple products should be, is quite patronising and bullying. Your comment is unwanted, unexpected and completely inappropriate.
You've interfered with several discussions, and provided your own opinions, but cannot tolerate those of others when they differ from yours. I might suggest to simply refrain from commenting instead of pasting forum rules, which I find deeply impolite.
It is not the first time you have offended me with your patronising and rigid attitude either. I appreciate you take a lot of time to try and help people here, but you are not always right, and your language can come across as smarmy.
Your comment is off topic, whereas mine is not. You are also dragging me into needing to point out the above about your behaviour towards other forum users. I stand by my comment. Agreed it does not 'fix' the lack of functionality in Photos.
There are many quirks of behaviour in Photos. It is, in many ways a vastly inferior app to iPhoto. This is a key point many forum users have made. We are adjusting to an app that does not adequately replace it, nor does there appear to be an app that replaces it. This feels rather backward technologically, especially for Apple. I have attempted to embrace it and tried to remain positive about it, but the more I've used it, the more shortcomings I've found.
As other users have pointed out here, providing feedback to Apple has done nothing.