Google Photos for Web Gets ‘Memories’ Carousal After Android and iOS Apps

Google Photos for Web is getting a much-anticipated feature that’s been on its Android and iOS mobile apps for a while now. Coming with the latest update, Memories will allow users to view a carousel of moments from different time periods. The feature will work on Google Photos for web the same way it works on the mobile app. Memories will appear at the top of the Google Photos gallery when opened in a browser. It will display a curated selection of slideshows taken from both old and recent images of the user. Additionally, users can choose to hide photos or timelines of certain people from being visible in Memories.

google photos on Wednesday revealed Google Photos Memories has been added to the web via its official Twitter page. As mentioned, users can view their collection of photos and videos from past years or recent weeks on a computer with the latest feature. To try it out, users need to go to google photos And sign in to their Google account. Memories will appear in a carousel at the top of the Home screen — above the user’s recent photos. By opening a memory and clicking on the arrows in the carousel, users can find images belonging to that time period. Just like on mobile, the user can click on one of these to open the memory.

There are also customization options. Memories can be set as past years, recent highlights, or themed memories Adjustment. It should be noted that any changes the user makes to memory on the web will also sync with what is visible on the mobile app.

Google Photos users can also hide photos of certain people or time periods from appearing in Memories. Also, any content previously hidden on another device will not be visible on the web version. When a Google Photos user hides someone, their face will not appear on the Memories, Creations, or Search page.

According to of google blogMemories debuts Wednesday, October 20, on Google Photos for Web.

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