After so many updates, Google announced that its Photos app would no longer provide free storage for high-quality uploads for users. On June 1, the policy will be rolled out, but just a week before Google has launched few tools that assist users to free up space.
Google Photos is one of the best storage apps as it allows users to keep settings at high-quality photos. Also, it allows backing up pictures but Google decided to introduce one of its most popular features. However, before launching the new storage policy, Google shared a few of its new updates, such as the new review tool.
Google said that “Today, we’re starting to roll out a tool in the Photos app to help you easily manage the photos and videos you’ve backed up that count toward your storage quota. The storage management tool surfaces photos or videos you might want to delete — like blurry photos, screenshots, and large videos — so you can get the most out of your storage. You can also purchase more storage through Google One where available.”
In order to get this tool, simply visit “Account Settings” and click on the “Back up and Sync” settings. After this, hit on the Manage Storage to see the file types you want to delete from your folders.