Unlimited storage on Google Photos closed from Tuesday, is your Google account storage full?

Unlimited storage is being removed from Google Photos from next Tuesday . Google Photos has users all over the world. Google’s decision will disappoint millions of users. However, with more features, Google Photos is trying to give users a new taste.

Google’s decision to discontinue its Unlimited Storage plan will no longer allow more than 15 GB of storage in your Google Account. Previously, there was unlimited storage facility for Google Footage. Now with Google Fatage, Gmail, Google Drive and other storage up to 15 GB will be available for free only.

You have to pay for more space. From Tuesday, all high quality and express quality new photo and video backups will be counted in the free 15 GB storage that comes in the Google account, Google has mentioned.

After that, you have to pay for continuous backups and video backups in Google Footage. If you have a file backup of more than 15 GB, you pay डलर 1.99 for one month and. 19.99 for one year.

For this fee you can store files up to 100 GB.

If you use Google’s Pixel Fan you will be lucky. Because Pixel Fan users will be able to enjoy unlimited storage continuously even after June.

How many GB of space is left in Google Footage?

How much storage have you used or is it time to upgrade your storage? There are many ways to look at these things. Today we will teach you about it.

https://www.theverge.com/2019/3/19/18271015/google-drive-photos-storage-space-how-to-get-more

1.  First  go to this page . There you can clearly see how much storage you have used and how much that storage has been spent on backing up Google Drive, Gmail, Google Photos, and your device. (Note: The page cover may vary depending on the Google Account you have.)

2.  You can also see how much storage is left by going to the Google Drive page. You can also see the storage statistics at the bottom of the left column.

3.  Google has also created a page that estimates when you will increase storage based on your current usage.

After the June 1 deadline, when you get close to your limit, Google will send a reminder. Google also said it would provide tools to identify “dark, blurry and unwanted content.”

How to clear a full Google Account?

Here’s how to free up full Google and Gmail account storage:

1. Get an overview of the storage used

Before emptying your Google Account storage, get an overview of how the storage is being used. Sometimes large files uploaded many years ago and images uploaded to Google Photos may have taken up space in that storage.

Visit the Google One page for an overview of the storage used in Google Service Drive, Photos and Family Sharing .

2. Use Google Storage Manager

Google also has its own storage manager . Which empties your Google Account storage. This manager allows users to overview Gmail emails, spam emails and large files.

3. Delete old emails

If you’ve been using email for a long time, your Gmail may be cluttered with old attachments. How much space is being wasted in your Gmail by such garbage. Delete such emails.

You can search for ‘hasMattachment’ in Gmail’s search box to filter emails with attachments and delete old ones. You can also delete heavy and bulky emails by searching ‘largerM10mb’. This is a quick and easy way to find and delete heavy emails.

You can also retrieve important and old emails from your Gmail account using the Mailstore . This is a free email archive software. Once loaded, you can delete old mails from your entire account.

4. Compress photos in Google Photos

If you have a backup in Google Photos for the original quality of the photo, switch it to High Quality mode. It compresses all your old photos. So that your photo can fit in 15 GB space quota.

But it will not work from June 18. Because there will be no high quality upload photo feature. However, don’t forget to always compress your photos. But a good option is to compress your photos and videos into high-quality using the Recover Storage option.

5. Empty Google Bean

Once you delete a file from your Gmail or Google Drive, those files are moved to Bean or Trash. Even after deleting those files, your storage becomes empty.

5. Stop using backup and sync

If you back up files to your Google Drive using Google Backup or Sync, stop this habit. You can use Dropbox instead.

You can also open another Gmail for backup. If you have a lot of large files on your PC, it shouldn’t take up too much space on your main Google Account.

6. Buy Google One Storage

If all of the above methods do not clear your storage, purchase additional storage using Google One. Its price is also very low. Google charges you डलर 1.99 per month for 100 GB of storage.

Nishchal Basyal

Hai, I am Nishchal Basyal who is Highly Passionate About Digital Marketing and Owner Of incomeproshoutr.com. Mostly Engage On Techy and Digital Marketing World, and Blockchain Lover.

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