The vagueness of screenshots makes them difficult to curate and share. One of the biggest issues I've had with screenshotting in every video game I've played, is that it dumps a bunch of coded images. They're particularly annoying to process, in bulk, well after the fact. No memory of the events, a fuzzy recollection of the areas or objects shown, etc. For example, World of Warcraft only has a date/timestamp, but it's not in a sortable format. I propose something sane, like yyyy-mm-dd__hh-mm-ss.jpg I think perhaps a slight amount more information in the filename would be useful.. perhaps a zone or event name shortform. Unfortunately, for technical limitations the filename length must be kept short. Perhaps drop files screenshotted close together and in the same zone into a folder? Damn that would be so awesome. Also create a companion text file: yyyy-mm-dd__hh-mm-ss.txt Within it would be extended information. The zone and subzone names, GPS within it, event and boss names, base name, etc. Maybe even details of the character being screenshotted. Also details of the party/raid etc. As much as possible. - The idea is that a person can go through their old screenshots in a better way, and re-live things. "Oh dude, that event was so hard when it first came out" (wipe-fest of corpses, text file includes the event name and party members/loadouts) "I had such a great impression of this zone" (gliding over landscape, text file includes the glider details, zone name, GPS and direction facing) "Oh that armor was so cool" (model closeup, text file includes the list of equipment) "Oh yeah, that was that awesome special-event holiday raid that developer put together" (huge number of people wearing party hats, text file includes the character's buffs including the hat, and the entire raid list) - Improving screenshots ultimately leads to higher quality sharing of curated galleries, which leads to being more social.