Google announced new options and possibilities that would come soon with Google Photos. Options like shared albums, for example, that would allow all your images in an album to reach one person without having to share them one by one. However, new options arrive that were not discussed during the conference, such as suggestions for archiving images.
The application included only a few days ago the possibility of archiving images and make them disappear from the main feed. You can organize them in folders or in a different album and you can have a more organized gallery while removing private photos from everyone’s view, among others.
Now, Google has announced that the option to archive photos is now available. They will recommend those that are duplicated or do not have a minimum quality, it is assumed, although it is not really known how it will work or what will be the criteria that Google will take to tell you that you can remove an image from your main gallery.
Archive individual photos anytime. Select the photos you want to archive, tap the three dots, and choose “Archive.” pic.twitter.com/mbMpmbUU31
– Google Photos (@googlephotos) June 2, 2017
When the suggestions are displayed, as seen in the Google tweet, The thumbnails of the images will appear and we can select which photos we want to archive or which ones we don’t want, if we decide to heed Google’s recommendations or not.
The update is now available and it has been officially confirmed but it will gradually reach all users, also in Spain.
Changes to Google Photos
It is expected that Google Photos get other changes like shared albumsSo the Photo Books, a tool that will allow you to create physical photo books from the application automatically. Google chooses the best images and selects them, creates an album and you only have to pay for it and receive it at home. For now this function is only available in the United States but it is expected that it will reach other countries and that we can print our images very easily.