Last Updated on April 16, 2021 by Larious
Google is working to add search result refinement filters on the Google Photos app. This upcoming search filter feature will help you to find photos quickly. A Twitter user named Jane Manchun Wong has shared a screenshot of the multiple search filters. The search filters will be seen under the search bar and will let you refine your search in a single click.
Google Photos to Bring Search Result Refinement Filters
Jane Manchun Wong is a reverse engineer who has shared photos that show the multiple search filters that will help you to find the exact photos quickly. However, the Google Photos app already allows the user to refine search that is based on location, people, and things. To these filters, another layer of refinement will be added to search capabilities for selfies, videos, motion photos, archived photos, and more.
Have a look at the picture shared on Twitter:
Google Photos is working on search result refinement filters pic.twitter.com/p0toFGKPTx
— Jane Manchun Wong (@wongmjane) April 14, 2021
The new feature will also allow you to look for pictures based on a particular location. All the photos that meet the location will be seen under the search bar. At present, the app offers four new search filters and the company might add more filters in the future update.
However, Google has not shared any official details about the new search filters coming to the Google Photos app. But, as the feature looks completed, we can expect it to roll out for the users in the coming weeks. As soon, as the feature is out, we will update you with all the official details.
In the last few months, Google has announced many new features for the Google Photos app, including, Google Lens integration, a new Explore tab, Favorites shortcuts, new gestures to zoom in videos, and more.
Last month, Google has rolled out a new advanced video editor in the Google Photos app.