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Using Takeout to export your Google Photos

Using Takeout to export your Google Photos – What you need to know – By Andrew Romero 9to5Google

If you’ve been using Google Photos for any amount of time, you know that photos can stack up fast. That’s why you need to know how to export Google Photos safely if you ever need to move to a different service, like Apple’s iCloud. This guide will explain how you can use Takeout, a service by Google, in order to export your images.

Tame your Google Photos collection

9 top tips and tricks to tame your Google Photos collection – By Jon Gilbert Android Police
Although unlimited storage is a thing of the past, Google Photos is still one of the best photo management apps available for Android. Its straightforward design paired with a recent Material You makeover makes it a solid choice for anyone looking to organize their library of photos and videos.

How to back up pictures and videos on Android with Google Photos

How to back up pictures and videos on Android with Google Photos – By Andrew Romero 9to5Google

Google Photos makes it extremely easy to keep all of your photos in one place and safely in the cloud. It doesn’t matter what device you have; you can still keep all of your images backed up. Follow along to learn everything you need to know about backing up your images to Google Photos.

– Google Photos’ Cinematic photos

What are Google Photos’ Cinematic photos and how do they work? – By Andrew Romero 9to5Google

Google Photos has a few tricks up its sleeves, including one called Cinematic photos. This feature turns your ordinary photos into vivid and realistic moving photos. So, how do Cinematic photos work, and how can you create them? Follow along as we take a deep dive into Google Photos’ Cinematic photos.

How to use Google Drive for desktop app to backup files and photos

How to use Google Drive for desktop app to backup files and photos – By Andrew Romero 9to5Google

Google Drive is a powerhouse of a file storage system. It makes it easy to save documents and other data that can be transferred to other Google apps as well. Fortunately, Google makes it easy to access Drive straight from your desktop – whether Mac or PC.

Using 2FA on Google? You Will Be Soon

Using 2FA on Google? You Will Be Soon – By Dave LeClair How-To Geek
Do you use two-factor authentication (2FA) on your Google account? If you aren’t, you will be soon, because Google is going to turn it on by default on 150 million more accounts by the end of 2021.


Google turning on 2-step verification (2SV) for 150 million more accounts by the end of 2021 – By Abner Li 9to5Google

Back in May, Google said it would start automatically enabling two-factor authentication on eligible accounts. As part of Cybersecurity Awareness Month, Google today provided an update on its account 2SV efforts, including upcoming security features.

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