Google Photos “More of this” button to allow users to find similar images: Report

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According to reports, Google Photos is getting a new feature that will allow users to find similar images on the platform. The newly added “More Of This” button in Google Photos is designed to allow users to search the gallery for similar images from different eras and locations. The latest button has reportedly been placed between the “Add to Album” and “Move to Archive” icons in the app. Recently, Google added a “Reminders” feature to the web version of Google Photos. When users sign in to Google Photos from a computer, they can see reminders with photos and recent highlights in their gallery at the top.

The new button “More of it” on Google Photos was first discovered by the Russian Telegram channel Google News, as the Android police reported. The latest feature makes it easy for users to find a specific photo, the report says. If the function is activated in your Google Photos, tapping the “More of these” button in the three-dot menu in the top right corner of a photo in Google Photos will scan the image. Then it will search for similar images that are stored in your Google Photos library. The feature is designed to use Google’s artificial intelligence (AI) to scan similar photos.

According to the report, Google Photos also offers searching for matching photos using filters. Users can select age, location or image content as a filter. In addition, the new feature is said to offer many sorting options like places like parks, schools, cars, groceries, animals and more to help narrow down the search.

As mentioned earlier, Memories on Google Photos for Web began rolling out in October. It displays a curated selection of slideshows taken from both old and current images of the user. In addition, users can choose not to show photos of specific people or time periods in reminders.

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Nithya P Nair is a journalist with more than five years of experience in digital journalism. She specializes in business and technology beats. A foodie at heart, Nithya loves exploring new places (kitchen reading) and sneaking into Malayalam movie dialogues to spice up conversations. More Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak believes the anonymous nature of crypto can be bypassed

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