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Avoiding unwanted memories in Google Photos

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Avoiding unwanted memories in Google Photos
By Paolo Amoroso • Issue #74 • View online
What’s the downside of having many great photos? Having many great photos you forget you have.
Several Google Photos features help surface a selection of those forgotten photos such as the Memories carousel, animations, movies, and other creations. This has downsides too, such as reliving memories you want to preserve but not pop up randomly like the photos of deceased loved ones or pets. A tutorial below explains how to avoid unwanted memories.
— Paolo Amoroso | @amoroso

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