Google Photos launches Photo Stack, here’s how the new feature works

Google Photos launches Photo Stack, here's how the new feature works

There have been rumors for some time about a new feature coming to the famous application Google Photo. This one, which takes the name of Photo Stack, is currently under development and will have a very important task in the future. With the new feature in question, the app dedicated to photos will be able to make the organization of each shot and each saved image much simpler.

In reality, Photo Stack has only been talked about for a short time, but now it is already possible to know how it works. According to what is reported by very knowledgeable sources on the subject, the functionality will allow grouping in a manner automatic all the similar photossuch as those taken in succession.

This will help users get help with maintaining order within Google Photos. This will therefore be the best way to find photos more easily.

Google Photos ready to launch Photo Stack to organize everything better

Google Foto Photo Stack screenshot

Everyone is eagerly waiting for the arrival of Photo Stack and apparently it won’t be too long until the official launch. Users should know that once the new feature is implemented, it will not be active by default but will need to be enabled.

It will be really simple to do, since you will have to enter the preferences of Google Photos and activate the switch dedicated to the function. Once everything is enabled, the automatic grouping of similar photos will start, which will then be stacked.

It will be an icon designed to mark the stack of merged photos, with the best one (according to the system) being previewed. The user will then choose whether to leave it as a “top pick” or replace it with the other one.

Google Foto Photo Stack screenshot 2

The rumors speak of a maximum grouping of two photos at a time. In this way the user will be able to choose the best shot, eliminating the discarded photo. This is a way to promote organization but also to safeguard the internal memory of the device, avoiding duplicates useless.

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