Google Photos is a great place to store our images, but they aren't always unique, at least in some parts of it. If you are one of those who keep everything out of order or at the concert this will not matter, but if you are a little maniacal (you are not alone) then this app function introduced by Google will love it.
This is probably intended to be able to see the albums in a tab associated with a different tasting process, from change to name. To change our perspective we need to:
- Open Google Photos
- Click the album option.
- Select the drop-down and title of the newly created image.
- We choose the option we want from the three options available.
Google is currently allowing it sort the albums by name, something comfy if we have planned them, as I have, for years. We can also have them sorted according to the minute we save the last photo (useful if you don't save it in the last album). Finally, we can decide whether to order according to the most recent photos.
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Google's hidden features are shining today to find other options you didn't think of while using the app.
Like Google Maps, it seems that the company Sundar Pichai is more focused on upgrading its already excellent programs instead of introducing new suggestions like crazy (to shut it down, it means everything). And that seems to be a breakthrough.
Currently this function is only available on mobile phones, and if we add an online Google Photos profile we will see that the albums are displayed in the same order as they always do.