Google Photos: How to backup your photos, videos

Ruben Fields
November 18, 2020

Moreover, Google has announced that after June 1, 2021, the Google photos service will no longer be free. Since so many of you rely on Google Photos to store your memories, it's important that it's not just a great product, but also continues to meet your needs over the long haul.

Google Tagout is a service that allows you to selectively archive data from multiple applications within your Google Account.

The easiest way to keep your Google accounts is to access them from time to time through a web browser or mobile.

In this photo illustration, The Google logo is projected onto a man on August 09, 2017 in London, England. In our case, it shows that the storage will last more than four years, but this is a paid account.

You'll need to pay for Google One if you plan to back up more than 15GB of photos and videos.

Following your approval, the process of data export is initiated and Google might take anywhere between a few hours to a few days to complete the entire process and this depends on the size of the data requested.

"The new policies are for consumer accounts that are either inactive or over their storage limit across Gmail, Drive (including Google Docs, Sheets, Slides, Drawings, Forms and Jamboard files) and/or Photos - to better align with common practices across the industry." the company stated in a statement.

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Price: Every Flickr account comes with free 1,000 photos and videos upload.

Keep reading to find out more about the latest developments. Remember this new change applies to high-quality and express quality photos and videos.

When done, Google will send all your data to your account in an email.

Hence, in order to remain active, all Google users need to be active on these services, atleast once in every 2 years.

Google Photos storage estimate tool not working? According to the tech giant, it will start shutting the inactive accounts, as well as the stored content as it's new policy will come into effect from June 2021.

Google is planning to make this change on June 1, 2021, and has said that any photos and videos uploaded before this time will be exempt, along with photos that are uploaded using lower quality resolutions rather than high quality.

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