Jun 02 AT 8:23 PM Alex Wagner 0 Comments

Google Photos gains ability to suggest images for you to archive


Just a week after learning a new archive trick, Google Photos is adding another feature to its arsenal.

The Google Photos app will now suggest images that it thinks you’ll want to archive. The Assistant will pop up with the photos that you may want to file away into your archive, and you can review all of the suggestions before you actually do any archiving.

If you do decide to archive the photos, you can always access them again by popping open the left hand menu and tapping Archive.

Archiving can be handy for cleaning up your main Google Photos feed, but going through and manually selecting images to archive can be an arduous task, especially if you’ve got a large library. This new suggestions feature solves that problem by periodically offering up images that you may want to archive, freeing you up to continue taking new photos to fill your main library with.

Source: @googlephotos

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