|August 9, 2017|
Google Photos is a great way to store photos. Google uses their search technology to help you find photos.
The search query to find a photo by a certain day is YYYY-MM-DD (Standard date and time notation). Google Photos should support the MMMM/DD/YYYY format. As not everyone uses the standard date format.
Looking for Photos taken at Sunset? Simply search for the object you're looking for in the pictures.
Some Creative Examples:
There's no way to tag certain photos. Google officially doesn't support this feature.
There's no way to tag a photo of significance, for example, if you want to use a particular photo for a future blog post. Perhaps the photo is something that you want to find again but want to scroll through similar looking photos.
A simple workaround is to put a similar text in the image description field. This field is visible when you click on an image. You can come up with a creative hash tag. Then when you want to find the photos you simply search for the hashtag.
Example Hash Tags
You can put multiple hashtags in the description field. In addition, you may want to make a quick note on the photo so that you'll later remember why you tagged it.
The only problem with doing this is remembering the hashtag text that you used. This is why using simple hashtags is a good idea.
You could always keep a running list in an Evernote or Google Doc.
Experiment with this and see if it helps you be more productive using Google Photos.
April 9, 2018.
I am a 6 star Google tour guide. They now let you create a list of pictures or videos. ?Do you have any suggestions on how to start it 😎 😊 & be a success
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