Google is testing a new set of filters for his photos App to refine the user’s search according to a report from Android Police. The report says the filter row appears below the search bar when you search for pictures of a specific person in the app. If you tap the filters, you can now refine your image search with the following new options: Favorites, Selfies, Animations, Creations, Archives, Videos, Collages, Movies, Screenshots and cinema photos. It also means you can add more people to yours original Search in the same search bar. The type of images you want to search for can also be changed by including screenshots, selfies, and videos, the report adds.
The filters could be part of a server-side update, the report said. However, you can check them out by updating that Google photos The latest version of the app.
Google recently announced that it would end free storage for the Photos app on June 1st. From that date, high-quality photos added after June 1 will also count as part of Google’s 15GB free cloud storage. However, you can change the format of the photos stored in your Google Photos app from Original to High to save space because the high quality photos are compressed versions of original quality photos and take up less space. Here’s how to do it. It might be a good time to clean up the clutter from cloud storage as well by deleting the unnecessary photos that are taking up all of the free space that Google is making available.