We’ve been parked in the Arizona desert for several days. I prefer the humidity and ocean views of my home state of Florida … BUT, the sunsets here are spectacular. The Arizona desert with it’s saguaro cactus, wide open vistas, and abrupt mountains are a photographer’s delight. I’ve snapped several hundred photos in just a few days.
- Open the photo using Google Photos
- Tap the Share button
- tap Next – on iPhone only. This gives you the chance to select more photos before sending
- Type in their email address in the space provided, then tap Add Recipient (optional: you can add other people from your contact list)
- Optional: there is a field at the bottom of the screen where you can type a message
- Tap Send in the upper right.
What They Receive
- If they have a Google Photos account, it’s one click on the “Save to Library” buttonand the picture (or pictures if I had shared more) is now in their Google Photos library.
- If they don’t have a Google Photos account, they need to click on the photo to make it full screen, then tap the 3-dot menu and Download.
Chris Guld is President and Teacher-in-Chief at GeeksOnTour.com. She has been in computer training and support since 1983. She is now a Top Contributor for the Google Photos Forum, owner of the LearnGooglePhotos.com blog, and author of Mrs. Geek’s Guide to Google Photos.
She loves to teach! If you want to learn, you’ve come to the right place.