You are trying to filter the images which are liked by the person you've shared the link with of the collection.
As of now, there is no filter available in Lightroom.
However, you will be able to see the "heart" (Like) in Adobe Photoshop Lightroom link.
Also, on your computer, you will find the Likes in Comments section in Right hand side panel of Library module.
Please let us know if you have any further queries.
While you can't filter for likes and comments, you can sort a synced collection by last comment time. To do that, make sure the toolbar at the bottom is showing (View > Show Toolbar). Then in the sort dropdown, select Last Comment Time, and click the A-Z button so that it shows Z-A (descending order):
Now, pics with comments and likes will be at the top of grid view.
To filter for liked and commented images is really a major thing if collections are shared with clients... and it is missing!! Imho this feature is a major selling point and should be included asap.
It would make our (professional photographers) lives much easier and there would not be a need for third party sites and software that just do that! Could you pass this request on to the developers?!
To filter for liked and commented images is really a major thing if collections are shared with clients... and it is missing!
If you are using LR Mobile or LR Web, you can quickly find images with comments or likes by sorting by Last Comment Time: Re: How do I filter a collection that has been shared to "favorited" images? Does that not get the job done?
If you want to find images with comments and likes published to third-party sites like Zenfolio or Flickr, or to search comments for particular words or phrases, you'll need my Any Comment plugin.
Adobe product developers don't often participate in this forum, but you can provide direct feedback directly to them in the official Adobe feedback forum. Please add your vote and detailed opinion to this feature request: Lightroom: Better support for comments and likes, in ALL publish services | Photoshop Family Customer Community. Product developers actively participate in that forum, and user feedback has had demonstrable impact on the product.