Change of dates on the photos in PHOTO

I am trying to change the dates of my photos in PHOTO, but when I go to another device (have it on my laptop and my desktop computer) changes should not on the other machine?  I'm absolutely driving me crazy with the new format of Photos and apparently tons of my photos, bad date!  Trying to make changes to my laptop, as it is easier to sit at for hours, but the changes do not appear on my desktop!  Help!

I am trying to change the dates of my photos in PHOTO, but when I go to another device (have it on my laptop and my desktop computer) changes should not on the other machine?

Using iCloud photo library on all your devices?  Then editing you do in your iCloud library library of photos on a device should update on all your devices, Yes, as long as you use pictures to change the dates "Image > Date & Time setting.

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