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Popular e-book updated to include Google’s 2017 changes and additions
Now based in Tennessee, the family business is driven by a passion for helping families make and keep memories. Their most popular book, by co-founder Ben Robison, demonstrates how to make the most of Google Photos, a free resource. Just released in a 2nd edition, the e-book is now revised and expanded to include recent updates and releases from Google.
Filled with comprehensive, detailed and easy-to-understand instructions– including screen shots and graphics to show just where to type, click and press– it teaches how to use Google Photos as a fantastic tool for both past and present pictures.
With more than 90 pages, this PDF e-book teaches how to use the free Google Photos platform to locate and organize digital photos, then automate future organization; use powerful search tools to find the photo you need; share photos easily and efficiently; backup your precious photos; and convert old printed photos to digital format.
New additions prompted by Google’s 2017 updates include:
Using PhotoScan to capture old pictures
Privacy concerns and explanations
Physical photo books
Working with metadata
Archiving and deleting
Using backup and sync to never lose a photo
Shared libraries and albums
Google Chromecast for photos
At a price of $13.99, the e-book is available for purchase in PDF format online: https://legacytale.com/
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