As of June 1, 2021 Google photos will end the policy of unlimited free retention of files and videos. New users will only receive 15GB of free storage.
This means that if the storage space exceeds 15GB and you still want to use the Google Photos service, users have to subscribe and pay for it every month.
To help users manage storage, Google has announced several new storage management features for Google Photos that will hopefully help reduce storage waste.
This includes a way for users to bulk delete unnecessary photos, in which Google will try to sort users’ photos into categories such as blurry photos or screenshots that they forgot to delete after taking them.
“Today, we are starting to roll out a tool in the Photos app to help you easily manage the photos and videos you have backed up, reducing your storage quota,” Google wrote as reported.
“The storage management tool displays photos or videos that you may want to delete, such as blurry photos, screenshots, and large videos, so you can make the most of your storage. You can also purchase more storage through Google One when available.” . Follow.
Apart from that, Google will also provide users with a custom estimate of how long the remaining storage will last.
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