To be honest, Google’s annual I/O conference was ordinary this year. But Silicon Valley tech has the opportunity to introduce the Google photos of the touch-sensitive fabric and 360 cameras to the audience among the announcements. As long as the photos are no longer than 16 megapixels and videos are kept within 1080p, the standalone service provides the users with unlimited photo and video storage. Here are ways to share your photos with friends on Google Photos.
1 sharing via the Web
You can find the Google Photos navigation within your browsers and log in to your Google account as you do as usual. The next step is to select the All Photos or Collection Icon on the left side of the window and then select the photos or albums you want to upload to share. After you choose the individual images, click the resulting check mark on the upper left corner and find the Share Photos Icon on the right side of the blue menu bar. You can see the icon describes with three dots, two lines running between them.
When you come the sharing panel, please select either Google+, Facebook, or Twitter to share your photos base on different social channels. No matter which options you choose, there will be a pop-up allowing you to add commentary or more personalize details like link before you post. If you want to share the link, you just need to select Get Shareable Link. You can share it by chatting or emailing as you like.
2 sharing via the iOS app
The web interface is also available to share your photos. The instructions are much similar to Google’s. After you downloaded and run the app, you can find either Photos or Collections tabs by clicking the menu icon on the upper-left corner which with three horizontal bars. In the meanwhile, select the photos or albums on your account and then click the sahre icon on the bottom left corner to choose a option.
Choose the options whichever you wish so that you could the photos with your friends. The Google photos allows you to post the photos by all channels provided, such as Facebook, Twitter and so on. Those channels provides you to share the photos through text, email, or Apple iCloud. You can also share content by using third-party apps like Facebook Messenger and Slack or share your link with your reference.
3 sharing via the Android App
The instructions of Android app are also much close the ones of Google’s. At the beginning, you need to download and run the app and search for either the Photos or Collections tab via the menu icon on the upper left corner, with three horizontal bars like iOS app.
After that, select the photos or album you what to share and click the share icon on the bottom left corner so that you can see several options to choose. The sharing icon in Android app is the same as the one in the Web interface for Google Photos as well. It comes with three dots and two lines jointing them.
At last, please select your sharing options as guided, or click the Get Link option to copy the link to the clipboard. You also need to choose the options as additional comments when posting to Facebook or Twitter, and options for sharing photos via Google Hangouts, Drive or Dropbox.