Yes this is a vital addition to use the photos tab. Also insure photos are being sorted by file property data and not exif. Scanned photos do not have exif data and therefore they do not sort by date however all files have file data. This is why photo are all over the place in the photos tab.
I have the same issue on iphone and ipad. Photos are sorting via their exif data instead of there file metadata, ie: creation date. I have hundreds of scanned photos with no exif data and they all display at the top dispite being scanned several years ago. To test this open the problem photo in OneDrive and view the file properties. You will see there is no information listed in the date created field. No compare a photo that is listed correctely and you will see the date information listed. This issue could be simply fixed by OneDrive analysing the file creation date properties instead of assuming every photo has exif data information. This is basic stuff and the fact that Microsoft has not picked up on this is concerning.
I completely agree, this is the one thing stopping me from purchasing a 365 family account. You need to be reminded that photos are the number one thing that families share between each other. Without this basic function what’s the point of purchasing a 365 home package for 6 users when they can’t even easily view shared photos. This requires an urgent fix.