Here I’m describing how to get your layers together quickly in Photoshop.
1. Select the items you want
Hold CTRL (PC) or Command (Mac) and click on the layer titles you want to be next to each other (clicking the layer thumbnail will only select the layer, and you don’t want that).
2. Shift the layer(s) up or down
By using the little known keyboard shortcut Command + ] (or CTRL + ] on a PC) all layers selected will now be next to each other like so.
You’re done. Your layers are in line and easy to organize. You can group ’em if you want, or just leave ’em…but at least they’re in the same place.
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