Managing your shared photo links in Google Photos

Google Photos doesn’t always share a plain image, it sometimes uses a link — and that adds some complication.

We’re used to photo editors and services having their own specific ways of sharing items, and with Google Photos there are a few quirks to understand. When sharing basic photos and collages from your phone via the Google Photos app you’ll be able to send just the image, but if you’re using the Photos website or sharing more complex content like a story or movie, you’ll be sharing a link.

This will be confusing for folks until Google Photos starts to gain more popularity and regular use, but the great part about sharing a link is that you control its destiny after sending it out into the wild. We’re going to show you what exactly a Google Photos link gives those you share it with, and how to effectively manage the links once you send them. Read along.

Source: iMore

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