Cloud storage is very useful since you don’t know how your device (phone or computer) is going to end up. And Google Photos is one service that can help people keep their blissful memories for a lifetime, probably without having to pay a pesewa. The thing is, if you have plenty of photos on Google Photos, managing them isn’t easy so you’d have to organise them in a nice way.
Well, Google Photos has tools to help you do this re-organisation.

According Albums

The first method, which is quite fundamental, is organising the photos according to albums. Just go this way.

  • Select the images and videos you want to include.
  • If you’ are using the web interface, hold down Shift and click on each item you want.
  • If you are using the mobile app, hold down one photo for a few seconds, then tap the rest.
  • Hit the plus icon (+) in the upper-right corner of the screen

how to organise your photos in Google Photos

  • Select “Album”,
  • Select “New album” if prompted.
  • Enter a name for the album and hit the blue checkmark to save it.

The albums create will appear in the “Albums” tab.
If you have an existing album, follow the same steps as above, only instead of creating a new album in the second step, find and select the album you want from the list.

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The Autopilot Method

Photos can automatically compile an album that has images of people or even places. Let’s try that one out:

  • Select the “Albums” tab
  • For the web version, click the blue “Create” option in the upper-right corner of the screen.
  • O the app, tap the “New album” option underneath the “Albums” header.
  • Hit the option to automatically add photos of people, pets, or places, then select the faces you’d like to include.
  • Hit “Confirm
  • Enter a title for the album, then hit the arrow in the corner of the screen to finish.

how to organise your photos in Google Photos
The album will be filled automatically and continue to add in relevant new photos as you send them to the Google Photos collection.

Go by Favourites

Another cool way to go by is the Favourites method. All the photos you group this way will be grouped together in the “Favourites” section at the top of the “Albums” page.

  • Open any image or video in your collection.
  • Tap or click the hollow star icon in the upper-right corner.

Cool, right? Try them out and organise your images on Google Photos for easy management.

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