Google Family Group
Google Family Group Makes it Simple to Share Photos, Calendars, and More

Over the past few years, Google has introduced a number of family-oriented features. The company has again streamlined its process to share things with family members with the help of Google Family Group.  It seems the company understands the needs of its users, thus periodically adding new features to its services. With the recent addition, people would probably share their feelings with their family members.

This time,  the search giant Google is introducing a family group feature that makes it easier to share calendar and photos with family members. The latest Google Family Group option will reveal only when you share photos and videos. Moreover, you can send the stuff to several people at once, rather than sending it individually.

A few years back, the company has added a family plan option to Google Music and Family Library Sharing to the Play Store. Along with that, the company has also given a shout to YouTube TV, allowing users to add up to five additional members to their plan of getting cloud DVR with unlimited storage.

Google Family Group - YouTube TV

On daily basis, people like to share a lot of stuff with others. With the advent of the family group on Google, it’s now easier to share and stay connected with each other. You can already share music and other entertainment sources with the Google Play Music family plan and Google Play Family Library. Now, the company allows you to share other stuff like Calendar, Photos, etc. with your family members. Read on to know more about them.

Google Family Group - Google Calendar

Google Calendar is a shared family calendar with everyone’s schedule at one place. It makes it simple for the entire family to keep track of group activities such as reunions, picnics, movie nights, dinner parties, etc. With Google Keep, you can capture and share ideas that help your people stay in a loop. A shared Keep account means Google allows you to share notes, to-dos, and shopping lists with your group.

Google Family Group - Google Keep

Google Photos enables you to send photos and videos to your group. There’s shared Photos group that lets family members add media to the same album in a breeze. It’s now easier to get your family members on the similar page. You can create Google family group with up to six members.

Google Family Group - Google Photos

However, there are a few things that you need to remember with Google family group feature. First of all, sharing is not automatic in Google Photos and Google Keep. You can go to the source link to set that along with Google Play Family Library, Play Music family plans, YouTube TV, Google Calendar, and Family Link.

You can only be in one Google family group at any time. Along that, you’re welcome to leave that group and join another one, but you can only do so once in a year.

The family sharing features have started rolling out today in Canada, New Zealand, France, Spain, Germany, Brazil, Russia, Japan, Australia, Ireland, Italy, Mexico, the United Kingdom, and the United States.

Read More at Google Launches Photo Books and Other Updates to Google Photos

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