Google Photos is getting a new feature called “Photo Stack,” which will help organize and group similar photos together. This new feature is designed to make it easier for users to manage their photo collections and prevent their main photo feed from being flooded with similar images.
The Photo Stack feature has already started rolling out, with reports from Android Authority that a user named alexandriaofwar has received the feature on their Pixel 8 series phone. This suggests that the feature is out of beta testing and is beginning to be available to users.
Once the feature is rolled out, users will need to enable it in Google Photos’ Settings under Preferences and then toggle the Stack Similar Photos option. Once enabled, Google Photos will automatically group similar photos together, making it easier for users to navigate and manage their photo collections.
This new Photo Stack feature is similar to features found in Apple Photos and Amazon’s Photos, which automatically group photos and videos based on factors such as time, location, people, and content. Google Photos follows a similar approach to identify and group photos together, making it easier for users to find and organize their images.
Google Photos is a widely used photo and video storage and sharing service developed by Google, with over 1 billion global users. The new Photo Stack feature is expected to make photo organization much easier for these users and provide a more streamlined experience when managing their photo collections.
If you’re eager to try out this new feature, keep an eye out for the update on your device in the coming weeks. Once available, users can enable the Photo Stack feature and start taking advantage of its photo organization capabilities. With this new feature, Google Photos aims to make photo management a simpler and more intuitive experience for its users.