Google Photos has just rolled out a new update with some cool new features! Now, when you take a screenshot or a picture of a document, Google Photos will automatically organize it into a special album. This will make it easier for you to find important documents like IDs, receipts, or event information.
But that’s not all! You can also set a reminder when looking at a screenshot, to add in any relevant information such as time and place before saving. This will help you stay organized and on top of your tasks.
Another new feature is Photo Stacks, which helps to reduce clutter in your photo gallery. The AI feature will choose the best picture to keep, so you don’t have to sift through lots of similar photos.
One useful integration is with Google Calendar. If you take a screenshot of a plane ticket or a flyer, you can tap “Set Reminder” when viewing the picture. This will prompt you to add any additional information about the event, which will then be saved into your calendar. It’s a great way to keep track of important dates and events.
Google also gives you the option to automatically archive your screenshots and documents after 30 days. This will remove them from the main view of the app, but they will still be accessible in their album.
It’s important to note that while the AI feature is very helpful, it may not always choose the best picture for a Photo Stack. That’s okay though, because users can modify the stack of photos and even turn the function off if they prefer.
These updates are rolling out today on Android and iOS, so keep an eye out for them on your device in the coming days. These new features are sure to make organizing and managing your photos and documents even easier!