To assign the same ranking to several images at once, SHIFT-click each of the images you want to rank the same and then right-click (Windows) or CTRL-click (Mac) and select the appropriate rank from the pop-up menu. (Unfortunately, you can't use this technique to assign custom ranks to multiple files at the same time.)
To change a rank for an image, right-click (Windows) or CTRL-click (Mac) the image and select a different rank from the pop-up menu.
Photoshop defaults to sorting the contents of the preview pane in the File Browser by filename. You can sort the preview pane by rank instead, by clicking Filename in the options bar along the bottom edge of the File Browser and selecting Rank from the pop-up menu that appears.
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