Label Faces in Google Photos for SlidesYearbook

Label Faces in Google Photos for SlidesYearbook


Hello, this is Jennifer Scott, and I’m here to talk to you about Google Photos with #SlidesYearbook. This is a Google Photo Album of the Google Innovator Academy in Mexico City in December 2016. Before I continue I must point out Google Photos is not a G suite
for Education Core service, and this needs to be changed, especially if we want to use it with student yearbooks. Why would I want this to be used with a student yearbook? Check this out! When I click on this picture, and I go to “Information,” I can see who is in this picture. The person I don’t have a name
for, I click on it and every picture that she is in pops up. I can name this person and now her face has been labeled for facial recognition. But how does this relate to #SlidesYearbook? Let’s go over here to slide number 10 and find Ceci’s picture. I don’t have it. If I click on the image template that is above her name, I get a new menu. Look. Menu is gone. Menu is back. I click on replace image, and I select “Your Albums,” and I type in Ceci’s name. And now every picture that she is in pops up. I’m going to use this picture right here. And now I have Ceci’s picture in the yearbook. If you have more questions about #SlidesYearbook, please visit SlidesYearbook.com.

One thought on “Label Faces in Google Photos for SlidesYearbook

  • February 25, 2019 at 5:01 pm
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    Some people say "pit-tcher"'; I say "piK-tcher."

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