Google Photos Adds Screenshots and Document Labels with Manual Categorization

Google Photos Adds Screenshots and Document Labels with Manual Categorization

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Last November, Google Photos introduced better sorting for documents and added labels to screenshots, notes, and more, along with the option for manual categorization.

When opening an image of a document in full-screen mode, you’ll see a label in the top left corner below the back arrow.

This serves as a way to explicitly tell you how the document is categorized. Clicking it allows you to change categories or view all documents. The categorization options include:

  • Screenshots
  • Books and Magazines
  • Invitations and cards
  • ID Cards
  • Notes
  • Payment methods
  • Receipts
  • Recipes and menus
  • Social media
Google Photos Adds Screenshots and Document Labels with Manual Categorization

You can select and apply multiple categories to each image. We see the categories directly in Google Photos for Android (6.74) and iOS (6.107.3) today. Note that this option is not available on the web.

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