The images for your blog are stored in a special photo album for your blog in your Google account. The default privacy setting is that "anyone with a link" can access the blog album. The album is not visible to the public.
The new Google Photos is a great way to keep your precious images safe and free up space on your mobile device or computer. I created this tutorial based on the questions from the Google Photos Help Forum and Google+ Help Community.
You'll learn how to:
Delete / download photos from the cloud or the back up
Delete / download photos from albums
Delete / download albums
Delete / download device copy from Android Camera folder
Delete / restore photos from Trash
Empty the Trash
Jaana Nyström's insight:
I hope my tutorial will help you to manage your pics on Google Photos!
YouTube is one of the hidden gems in online marketing. It is a terrific way for small business owners to compete with the big brands. But creating effective (as in watchable) content and then promoting it can be intimidating. Of particular interest to business owners who are wondering if the time creating and marketing with video is worth it is the YouTube Partner Program, created in 2007. It now has more than a million creators earning money from their videos. Thousands of channels are making six figures a year.
The best conversations just flow: you barely have to think about what to say. With Hangouts, we want to help you stay in the moment, no matter what device you’re using or how you’re getting your voice across, from texting to talking to video. So we’ve been hard at work on big improvements to make Hangouts faster, simpler, and easier on the eyes.
Today, we’re releasing Google Hangouts 4.0 for Android, with a fresh new look, improved speed, and features that make it even easier to reach people the way you want to reach them.
This week the new Google+ launched, with a snappier interface, redesigned profiles and simplified features. The new Google+ is “focused around interests” with an emphasis on Collections and Communities. It’s still a work in progress, and you can opt in (and back out) on the web by simply clicking a link.
After that, Google vice president Bradley Horowitz reassured that Google+ itself wasn’t dead and would continue as a “connection” platform. Now Page, still Google’s top-most leader, has added his support in only his fourth public post of 2015 on the service.
It's been a rough ride for Google+. Columnist Mark Traphagen delves into the early vision for the social network, what has emerged from those changes, and what the new direction will mean for marketers.
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