Last month, Google updates its photo app with the new feature to archive photo duplicates that feels the users as a less traditional Gallery feature. Moving on traditions, Google now introduces new features to its Photo App. Users can now tag themselves in photos.

According to the report, when a user login to Google Photo app or run the application, the user has to ask to identify himself, after the user response, Google functions automatically show other photos that you have in the Gallery.

google photos review Tag yourself in Google Photos: Google add feature to create more personalized photos

The more interested function is you will receive the notification when someone in your friends post the photos of you or share the image gallery. You can identify yourself in photos, share by enabling the following setting manually

  •  Launch Google Photos
  • Go to Settings
  • Select Group similar faces
  •  Click in Choose
  •  Select your face

According to the report, Google lists three benefits of doing this; you can:

  • Get more personalized creations. For example, a movie that has photos of you.
  • Get personalized search. You can search “me” to easily find photos of yourself.
  • Let your contacts get suggestions to share with you.

Yet Google updates are not completed worldwide, Some of users may not find the above manually setting options. The users have to wait until the updates reached on their locations. If you are excited about this Google new feature, share your thoughts with us by leaving the comments in the comments section given below!

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