If you use Google Photos to store all your photos on your phone, you need to know that they don’t create separate albums for your different photos. In that case, it becomes difficult to find a photo of a certain person if you are looking for it. Anyway, Google Photos now has a feature that lets you search for photos by face, place, or things. Here I will tell you how you can do this on your phone or computer.
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Search for photos with your face on Google Photos
You must first enable a feature that groups all similar faces together and you will easily find your image from there. Read on to know all the steps in the process.
Enable face grouping
1. Open the Google Photos app and tap the profile picture icon in the upper right corner.
2. Now select “Google Photos Settings” from the menu.
3. On the next page, search for “Group similar faces” and tap it.
4. Enable the switch next to Face Group to use this feature.
After this, Google will group all your photos by faces and you can search by any face.
Steps to search photos by face
Once you enable the grouping feature, you can easily start searching for photos by face. Here’s how:
1. Open Google Photos again and tap search from the options below on the main page.
2. On the next page, you’ll now see “People” with faces grouped by Google.
3. Touch “See All” and then on the next page you can tap any face to see all the photos with that face.
Similarly, here you will see two more possibilities, including places and things. You can touch any of them to see photos taken in a specific place or with something.
So, this is how you can search for photos by face in the Google Photos app as well as on the website. For more such tips and tricks follow us on social media.
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