It's the last week of the year, and Google Photos is offering a throwback to 2017 in the form of a new video collage. Dubbed 'Smiles of 2017,' the new Assistant-based collage is rolling out for some users.
As the name suggests, the collage consists of pictures of people smiling, and the length of the slide show is about 40-60 seconds. Not all users are currently seeing it, but you can always check for it in the Assistant tab of the app or on the Web version of the service.
Because they're your photos?? Why would you allow Google to scan and analyse them? (Google or anyother company that is)
Who even uses Google Photos anyway? Why would you want ALL of YOUR photos scanned by Google?