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Google is ending integration between Google Photos and Drive because apparently it’s too confusing

The Verge Wednesday, 12 June 2019
Google is ending integration between Google Photos and Drive because apparently it’s too confusingGoogle has long offered syncing between Google Photos and Google Drive, but it’s putting an end to that in the name of simplicity. “We’ve heard feedback that the connection between these services is confusing, so next month, we’re making some changes to simplify the experience across Drive and Photos,” Dan Schlosser and Jason Gupta, product managers for Drive and Photos respectively, wrote in a blog post today. There’s also an article for G Suite customers, since this decision affects all end users.

When the change takes effect in July, photos and videos you add to Drive won’t automatically appear in Photos and vice versa. Additionally, file deletions won’t sync between the two. “This change is designed to help prevent accidental...
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Google to End Integration Between Google Drive and Google Photos Due to negative feedback from customers, the tech giant is officially putting an end to its automatic syncing service. Google, via statement Google wrote in a blog post on June 12 that starting in July, photos and videos uploaded to...

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