While there is an expectation of a way to colorize black and white images in Google Photos, other functions that would be useful to the user and are absent are now noticed. One is the inability of the user to delete another person from a shared album.
As explained by the Android Police website, the lack of appeal is felt in the following situation: you create a public link from an album and send it to a contact to access it. After he opens the location of the images, he starts to participate in the space. However, if the owner decides to remove the friend’s access, he can not do so.
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In old complaints about the situation, the professionals in charge of Google Photos support made two recommendations. The first is to block the contact. However, if he still had the link, he could open it in anonymous browser mode.
The second is to stop sharing the entire album. In this case, it is necessary to re-enable the function to re-create the access link. As a consequence, photos previously inserted by third parties should be deleted, in addition to comments and tastings.
In both situations, it’s important to note that photos already downloaded by the person you want to block will remain intact. In this way, the action would serve to avoid access to later content.
According to a response from Google’s product head of Google Photos, David Lieb, the company’s team works on implementing a tool to allow a person to withdraw from the shared album. But so far, no details have been released on how the solution would work.