Google Photos for Web has received an update that made photo management easier and faster than ever. You can now save ample time by uploading photos from your PC directly into an album, including shared albums.
The update brings new keyboard shortcut to quickly edit, enhance, delete, download, search, and more. You can trigger the shortcut by pressing Shift + the letter or a combination of letters to perform a task.
Previous update made editing photos easier allowing users to swipe between images while staying in the edit mode. As soon as the user moves away from the edit mode, the edits will be saved automatically and can be undone as well by clicking on “Revert to Original”. Google has been improving its Google Photos service for both The Web and mobile platforms in recent months and in order to stay focused on Google Photos, it shut downs Picasa earlier this year.
These updates are available now on photos.google.com.