Google Photos has gained a new button that lets you import images stored in a Google Drive account. Available on the web version of the service, the feature was created after Google changed the integration between the two services. Recently, users have been warned that images stored in Drive will no longer appear in Photos. Thus, upload between services is the available alternative for organizing all images in the cloud only on the storage offered by Google Photos.
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The feature lets you manually choose which Drive images to import. After the procedure, the files will be displayed only from a Google Photos account. Check out the following tutorial on how to import your Google Drive images into Photos and get your media on a single cloud storage.
Tutorial shows how to import images from Google Drive to Google Photos Photo: Carolina Ochsendorf / TechTudo
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Step 1. Sign in to your Google Photos account and click the "Upload" option at the top right of the screen;
When to view options for uploading to a Google Photos account Photo: Playback / Marvin Costa
Step 2. Click on the "Google Drive" option to view the photos that are in your cloud storage service account;
When to view photos from Google Drive to import to Google Photos Photo: Playback / Marvin Costa
Step 3. A window with your images recently imported to Drive will be displayed. You can browse folders and search if you want to find a specific photo to upload;
When managing folders and using search to find an image in Google Drive to import to Google Photos Photo: Playback / Marvin Costa
Step 4. Click on the images to have them selected. This done, just click on the "Upload" option and they will be uploaded to Google Photos.
When uploading images from Google Drive to Google Photos Photo: Reproduo / Marvin Costa
Ready. Imported images are now part of Google Photos storage and can be found by accessing the web service or the iPhone (iOS) and Android app.