Google Photos will let you manually tag faces it doesn't recognize

In a surprising transparent Twitter conversation, Google Photos' product lead David Lieb revealed new features, like the option to manually tag

Google Photos will let you manually tag faces it doesn't recognize

Curated via Twitter from Engadget’s twitter account….

Google Photos’ product lead David Lieb took advantage of some downtime this week to start a surprisingly open dialogue on Twitter.

Product lead David Lieb revealed that change, and others, in a surprisingly open Twitter dialogue.

Product lead David Lieb revealed that change, and others, in a surprisingly open Twitter dialogue.

One of the most notable is that Google Photos plans to add a manual face tagging feature that will let users tag faces it doesn’t recognize. Hi Twitter!

If nothing else, it’s nice to see a Google product lead take to Twitter to have an open conversation with users.

It’s unclear when the new features will arrive or if Google Photos will consider any of the ideas that were tossed around — like adding a map feature, removing duplicates and showing photo descriptions in slide shows.

Yesterday, he asked users what they want to see next from Google Photos — new features, bug fixes, performance improvements, etc.

Lieb also revealed that "the team" is working to let Android users delete photos while in an album.

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