With the recent announcement of the end of Google Photos’ free unlimited service, which will no longer be available as of June 1, two thousand twenty-one. In case you no longer want to use this service or want to migrate to another platform. In this post we will teach you how to backup all your Google Photos files.
Google Photos is over, we can no longer enjoy free high-quality storage. Now Google Photos will allow you only 15GB of high-quality storage, in case you exceed this limit Google will be able to delete your old files to stay within the limit. In case you want more storage you will have to hire Google one service. To backup your files follow these steps:
You must go to Google Takeout, this is a service that allows you to create a backup of all your data from your Google account. Then press Deselect all.
After that, scroll down and select Google Photos. Later press All photo albums. Then press Select all, finally press the ok button.
Slide to the end of the page and press Next step. Now you can choose a delivery method, I recommend a download link via email or you can also add your data to a cloud storage service such as Google Drive, Dropbox, or One Drive. After that select Export once and then selects the file format and size. Finally, press Create export. Google will start exporting your files, this process can take some time, it can be hours or days, after the process is finished you will receive an email.
Despite recent changes in Google Photos you can still enjoy the service even if it is no longer free. If you don’t want to use it anymore you know how to get all your data easily. Remember to keep checking us out for great tips and tricks like this. Have a great day. Bye!