But, if you’re uploading older photos, it becomes almost impossible to find those images and edit, share, or make albums of them.
You might scroll and scroll, try to search for the date if you remember it, and sometimes nothing works. There is one little trick that will be shared.
WAYS TO ACCESS RECENT UPLOADS ON GOOGLE PHOTOS
There are two ways to access these recent uploads. On mobile, you’ll find Recently added in the search tab; on the web, it’s under the Explore tab.
Any means you choose, you’ll see your images sorted by date of most recent upload, going backward from today.
So, whether you’re just adding a few older photos taken by another camera or you’re uploading your entire image library, you now have a way to get to the recent uploads easily.
The interface is the same as any other list in Google Photos, so you can multiple select, delete, share, edit date and time, edit location, add to an album, download, archive, and open any image to edit or star it.
Generally people wish Google Photos would offer this sorting method in a more concise manner, right in the main library. It makes uploading older images a less stressful task.
People generally prefer the bookmark method as it’s easy to manage pics on the web and also for changing their date and time and/or location, these options are not available on mobile.
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