I don't see it either. Remember that the "new" Photoshop Lightroom CC is so new it is in version 1.
The replacement for the "old" Photoshop Lightroom CC is now called "Lightroom Classic CC" and it continues to have an option for a second monitor. Nothing was removed.
If you are accustomed to the tools, menthods and work flows of the "old" Lightroom CC we've had for years, stick with it and don't switch. Continue with Lightroom Classic CC.
I wish there was 2nd monitor... Adobe please fix.
Thanks. If Adobe is planning to sunset "classic" they better add dual monitor support to the "new" Photoshop. Until then, forget it.
Adobe has not said they are going to "sunset" the folder based Classic version. That may be a rumor, but Adobe has emphasized continued investment in Classic development.
You already have it! Remember this is cloud based and syyncronized. Display the photo on one device and adjust it on the other. I works! I just did it. Two screens!
Thanks everyone for your responses. I've had some time to use the "new version" a bit more and here are some comments.
1. They need to come up with a better naming scheme so that we don't have to call it "new version". (-;
2. I hope the classic version doesn't go away anytime soon, because there are things in classic that are not in "new".
3. It seems unlikely that Adobe's long term strategy is to continue to have two products which serve the same purpose and have confusingly similar names. So I worry about classic being neglected.
4. I do like the portability of "new" which allows me to move from device to device. Very cool feature, but for now my real workflow will be done on my dual monitor desktop machine.
whsprague: Not sure I understand what you mean... I tried loading a photo via the browser in one monitor and using "new" on the other monitor to edit... the pic on the browser side did not sync. Can you clarify what you did? Thanks!
1. Yes. Not only did their naming department cause incredible confusion, it also caused the rumor to start that the classic version was being retired or replaced. Try searching for techniques on YouTube!
2. Note that at the time of the name change, folder based LR Classic CC got some significant improvements. That would not happen if it was going away. (But no, I don't have inside information.)
3. They don't serve the same purpose. They are aimed at different customers. Classic is aimed at people who are serious about classic cameras and classic processing, even printing. The new one is aimed at the emerging market of mobile device photographers, or at least mobile photographers that still use some classic cameras. Many photographers no longer even have printers!
4. Multiple devices is fun.
"Dual Monitors" was a "test" with the intention of a little humor. I opened an image in LR CC (ex LR Mobile) on my phone. I opened the same image in (new} LR CC on my Windows laptop. I made a major, over exaggerated exposure adjustment on the laptop. It took a few seconds on a fast internet connection, but the adjustment showed up on the phone. I "reset" the image on the laptop and several seconds later it synced on the phone where the image was back to normal. It was like having two monitors. I did the "work" on one and the results displayed on the other, but with one reacting slowly. I suspect if we get to the era of super fast internet connections, the lag will not be there.
Yes - still waiting for an answer on this... I'm using Lightroom CC Classic (latest iteration as of Jan 2018) and the famous Julieanne Kost tutorial on this link teaches you to click on monitor 2 in Library view. I don't have this button for some reason - so I've fallen at the first hurdle... will continue to look around the app to see what I've either turned off... or LR have moved (she is using an earlier version). But surely, they won't have binned the feature!
EDIT: - Didn't take long! - Found it! - just go to Window / Secondary Disply / Show or Cmd F11. Looks fine... except actually I was hoping to have more of a develop mode on main screen with the palettes on the secondary.... and this isn't really what it's set up for... but hey... it's all still there!