Now Tag People in Pictures Manually with Google Photos

After many requests and demands, Google has finally listened to users and has added the ability to tag people in Google photos manually. Previously Google Photos were able to automatically recognise faces and even sort out the gallery for users. In this way, managing the photos library was quite easier however, sometimes this overall system used to detect the wrong face and other times it missed the face. Furthermore, users were not given the ability to correct the false faces detected. So this upcoming new feature will change the overall scenario and we will be able to tag People in Pictures Manually. Though this feature is in the testing phase when it rolls out for people, you will be able to tag the face that is missing.

Now Tag People in Pictures Manually with Google Photos

In easy words, now when google will detect the face but unable to identify it, you will be able to give it a tag yourself. This feature will be part of Google photos latest release. Currently, the feature is available to fewer people as it is in the testing phase, but soon it will be witnessing global rollout.

Will Google Manual Scanning will keep our Privacy?

Privacy is a big topic these days, and it should be discussed at any cost. Google will be scanning your photos automatically with face grouping feature. However, it will only work when you turn it on. According to Google, it doesn’t share this information between accounts which means we are safe of privacy lapses. According to Google, when a user turns face grouping feature off, it will delete face models is created for you in order to detect properly.

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Fizza Atique

Fizza Atique is a Tech writer specializing in the intersection of tech and culture. She likes photography, VR, electronic music, coffee, and baking.

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