12.5 C
New York
Sunday, August 9, 2020
Home How to How to Transfer All Your Photos and Videos From Facebook to Google...

How to Transfer All Your Photos and Videos From Facebook to Google Photos

Facebook has just made a photo transfer tool globally available that lets account holders easily download all their pictures and videos from the social network to Google Photos.

Previously, the majority of Facebook users wanting to download their media from the site had to do it manually. From today, however, users with a Google ‌Photos‌ account can automate the job, and Facebook says more cloud services will be supported soon.

Even if you’ve had enough of Facebook, the built-in tansfer tool is handy if you want to save your media before permanently closing your account. The following steps explain how it works.

Log into your Facebook account in a web browser, then click the down arrow in the top-right corner of Facebook’s menu bar.
Facebook
Select Settings.
Facebook
Select Your Facebook information.
Facebook
Select Transfer a copy of your photos or videos.
Facebook
Enter your Facebook password if prompted, then click Choose destination and choose Google ‌Photos‌ from the dropdown.
Facebook
Use the radio buttons to opt to transfer a copy of either your photos or videos you’ve uploaded to Facebook, then click Next
Facebook.
Sign into Google ‌Photos‌ and grant Facebook permission to add media to your Google ‌Photos‌ library, then click the Confirm Transfer button on the next screen.
FacebookAfter the transfer is finished, you’ll receive an email from Facebook notifying you that the process is complete.Tag: Facebook
This article, “How to Transfer All Your Photos and Videos From Facebook to Google Photos” first appeared on MacRumors.com

Discuss this article in our forums

MacRumors-All?d=6W8y8wAjSf4 MacRumors-All?d=qj6IDK7rITs

Latest

Will Samsung Galaxy Watch Active 2 watch bands work on the Galaxy Watch 3?

Best answer: Yes, but only on the 41mm Galaxy Watch 3. Since the Galaxy Watch Active 2 used 20mm, and

Qualcomm now wants to sell processors to Huawei after HiSilicon loss

Qualcomm says that U.S. based companies would lose their dominance in the 5G market If Huawei switches to Samsung's Exynos

From the Editor’s Desk: Navigating the Chromebook crunch of 2020

Does every Chromebook seem to go out of stock the second you look at it? You are not alone.I'm an

Best Ethernet adapters for your Chromecast or Fire TV Stick

Two of the most popular streaming stick options are the Google Chromecast and the Amazon Fire TV Stick, both of