Google Photos is about to end its free unlimited storage service. In such a situation, your photos uploaded in Google Photos have to be transferred to another cloud storage or you can store it in your laptop, tab or smartphone. Google Photos unlimited free storage service will be discontinued from June 1, 2021. For this, the company is going to put a cap of 15GB, that is, you will not be able to store more than 15GB of photos and videos on Google Photos. Read More
Users who want to continue the service of Google Photos may have to pay a charge for this. However, photos and videos uploaded after 1 June 2021 will be kept within the 15GB cap. Earlier photos will not be counted in it. First of all, let us know what other options we have other than Google Photos?
What are the options?
You can transfer your photos to cloud storage such as Amazon Photos, iCloud Drive, Dropbox, Flicker and OneDrive in addition to Google Photos. But for this, you have to export your photos and videos from Google Photos. After this you will be able to transfer these photos to any other cloud stores. Today we are going to tell you the steps to transfer your photos and videos from Google Photos to any other service.
Export photos like this
To export your photos from Google Photos , you must first visit the Google Takeout website. For this, you will have to log in with your Gmail ID. After logging in, you will have to create a new export on the site.
To create a new export, you have to select one of the Google Services that you want to export. You can see Google Photos in this list by scrolling. One more thing, you have to deselect everyone at the top or else all your data will be exported.
After selecting Google Photos, you go to the next step. Select your albums and photos and filter the ones that do not support export.
After this you have to select multiple formats, so that your files will support every image formats. You can also select photos according to the date. At the same time, you will also get the option of instant uploads and profile photos, you can also select them.
After the selection process is complete, you go to the next step and choose the file, frequency and destination where you want to export them. You choose one of the .zip and .tgz file formats and choose one of the export size 1GB / 2GB / 4GB / 10GB / 50GB. As soon as you click on Create Export, you will get an email from Google which will notify that you have requested the archive of Google Data.
After all the photos are exported, you will receive an email again which will notify you to download your data. This may take time according to your data. This process can be quite long. It will also depend on your internet speed, image size and data size. In this way you can export your photos from Google Photos anywhere.
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