You must be using the Gmail and Google Photos services for mail and save your photos for backup of your important photos. Gmail and Google Photos are some of the most popular services. You must be taking the backup to Google Photos. You can save your Gmail photos to Google Photos directly.
Google has announced that the two services will work better together in May 2021. Gmail and Google Photos will work together. You can use this opportunity and move your photos directly from Gmail to Google Photos. Today I am explaining to you about Moving photos from Gmail to Google Photos. Read this post till the end to know more about this.
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How to save photos from Gmail to Google Photos?
To do this you have to click on the Google Photo icon with the plus icon on the right on the bottom. If you are doing it for the first time then it will show you a pop-up message for confirmation.
You have to click on the save button to save that you want to save the photos to Google Photos from Gmail. Your photos will be saved on your Google Photos app. But it won’t appear in the dialogue box that your photos are saved to Google Photos.
Discalimer: This feature is only working with the jpeg image not other attachment. it also only work when you are using the gmail in the browser
It will just save your images to Google Photos. The Google Photo icon with a plus symbol will be changed to the Google Photos logo with the checkmark. When you click on that icon it will open to the Google Photos app and see your photos. You can also save the photos from Gmail while seeing that photo.
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When you are viewing the photos on Gmail you have to click on the three dots top of the right corner. Click on the Save a Copy to Photos option. If you are doing it for the first time then it will show you a pop-up message for confirmation. You have to click on the save button to save that you want to save the photos to Google Photos from Gmail. Your photos will be saved on your Google Photos app.