How to manage favorites in Google Photos on Android

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Google Photos allows you to organize your photos easily. You can upload images, edit them, share them with others, etc. Speaking of organizing, one of the ways to do that is by creating albums. For instance, you can create a folder with images from your wedding or one for your vacation photos. Once the album is created, you can easily place the photos in it and find them.

However, you can also use Favorites. All you need to do is mark the image as a favorite, which will be placed in the Favorites section so you can access it with a few taps. Here in this article, we will show you how to manage Favorites in Google Photos on Android.

See also: How to manage suggestions on Google Photos on Android.

How to manage Favorites in Google Photos on Android

Google Photos stores all your images and videos, so you can delete them from your device once they are backed up. You may have thousands of photos in your gallery, and it is sometimes difficult to find the photo you are looking for. We all have specific photos we love more than the rest. So, a great way to sort them is by marking them as favorites.

Here's how to manage Favorites:

  • Open Google Photos on your Android smartphone or tablet
  • Find one of your favorite photos
  • Tap on the star icon in the top-right corner
  • The image is now placed in Favorites

If you want to open the Favorites:

  • Open Google Photos on your Android
  • Tap Library in the bottom-right corner

  • Tap Favorites.

This is a great way to organize the photos you like the most without the need to create albums. Now that you know the steps, head to Google Photos and choose your favorite images.

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