Google Photos is one of the most used applications in Europe to store our photos. Despite the announcement of the end of free and unlimited storage, since there are many alternatives, this is the app that many will continue to use. The photos we upload to the app not only show us, but there are photos of friends, family, couples, or even pets.
If we have other people’s photos saved in Google Photos, it is likely that we are interested in the them application group. So, in a simple way, we can see all these pictures in which a certain person appears. For this to happen we need to have facial recognition enabled in the app.
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Enable facial recognition in Google Photos
Facial recognition and labeling This is a feature that has been around for a long time in the app, which has also been improved through various updates. For better organization of images in the app, enabling facial recognition is a good option. This will allow you to see all the photos that a certain person appears in. If you want this to be the case, the steps to activate it are:
- Open Google Photos on your mobile.
- Tap your profile picture (top right corner).
- Enter the application settings.
- Enter the Group similar faces section.
- Activate this option.
By activating this function, Google Photos automatically manage grouping photos where the same person appears. When you enter the photos section, you will see that there is a people album, where you can see all the faces that the app has recognized and whose images have been grouped together.
Facial recognition has improved over time, although you may find that the app does not always identify a person and tag as two different people, but you can still fix this manually, tagging the correct person, so that the app considers this for the next time. This is something that happens less and less, as such labeling is getting better and better.
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