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Click on the hamburger menu icon, then click on the Settings option. In a desktop or laptop browser, you'll see the option for Browser notifications with a switch for turning those on or off. In the Android Google Photos app, you'll see under Settings Notifications. Tap on Notifications.
Simply launch the Google Photos app on your phone or tablet. Then, tap on the menu icon in the top-left corner (three horizontal bars) and then tap on the Settings icon (the cog). You should see Back up & sync at the top of the list. Tap on it and then tap the toggle to disable the service.
Click on the hamburger menu icon, then click on the Settings option. In a desktop or laptop browser, you'll see the option for Browser notifications with a switch for turning those on or off. In the Android Google Photos app, you'll see under Settings Notifications. Tap on Notifications.
On your Android phone or tablet, open the Chrome app . To the right of the address bar, tap More Settings. Tap Site Settings Notifications. At the top, turn the setting on or off.
On your Android phone or tablet, open the Google Photos app . Sign in to your Google Account. At the top, tap Menu . Select Settings Back up & sync. Tap "Back up & sync" on or off. If you've run out of storage, scroll down and tap Turn off backup.
Launch the Settings app on your iPhone or iPad. Tap on Notifications. Tap Photos. Turn Off the types of notifications you don't want to receive. That can be badges, sounds, banners, or other options.
There's no way you can tell who has viewed the pictures you shared. ... After you add pictures to a shared album, you'll get a notification telling you when someone has viewed those pictures. But, that's just a one-time notification and you won't get any follow-up notifications when they view those same pictures again.
Google doesn't 'look' at anything you upload. No one in Google is looking through your Gmail, your photos or anything on your Google drive. ... But don't be under any illusion that someone at Google is interested in your Photos unless they get a subpoena from a court to do so.
On your Android phone or tablet, open the Google Photos app . Under your list of recent or suggested searches, you'll see a row of faces. Tap a face to see photos of them.
You will find all the shared photos and albums listed under the Sharing tab of the Photos app or website. On the desktop, visit the sharing page to view the shared files. You can stop sharing the photos and albums in this section. For that, open the photo or album in the Sharing tab and tap on the three-dot icon.
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