If you have folders of photos that remain after the first round of editing and you haven't looked at them in months or years, maybe this tip will help. I'll explain the concept using LR terms, but it should work elsewhere. After my first pass, images for a specific date are in 1 of 3 places: deleted, a TBD (to be done) folder with rated images, or a keeper folder. Each TBD folder name includes the date of the shoot. Upon eventually returning to a TBD folder, my problem is forgetting what I've kept - because I don't want to edit a similar photo if I already have one I like more. Filtering the keepers on the filename in LR or searching in Windows is OK for a few photos, then the filename copy and paste becomes tedious. Now I use the date of a TBD folder to filter the keeper folder contents. Export all images found with a preset that makes a small jpg. Import them into an empty folder, giving all a rating or color label not used in TBD folders. Move these to the TBD folder, then sort by filename. Now it's easy in Grid view to compare the TBD photos to the keepers. Also, my keepers have more than a few tags, so the tags in the small jpgs are available for pasting into a similar TBD photo.