Thanks to the fact that pretty much every phone released these days comes with a camera, it would be safe to assume that people are taking more photos than before. This also means that over time we start to build up a collection of random photos and it can get very messy, making it hard to find what you are looking for.

However if you’re someone who uses Google Photos, you’ll be pleased to learn that the app will now be smart enough to determine which photos you might want to keep and which you might want to archive. This comes in the form of Google Photos pre-selecting photos for users to review, after which at a touch of a button, these photos will be archived in an instant.

A post on Google+ reads, “To help you quickly find and organize those photos you want to save but don’t necessarily want to often see among your memorable moments, beginning today you may see a suggestion in the Assistant tab with pre-selected photos to help you quickly archive these photos. You can review the suggestions and remove any photos you don’t want archived, and tap to confirm when you’re done.”

This is versus users having to go through each photo individually and manually to decide whether or not to keep them in the main gallery. Like we said over the years you might have built up quite a huge collection so without doubt this will be a lot faster. The feature will be rolling out for iOS and Android devices today as well as for the desktop, so do check it out.

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