How to Download All Photos from Google Photos
Follow the below-given guidelines to download all photos from google photos.
Step 1. First, login to your Gmail id by entering your credentials.
Step 2. When signed-in click on your profile picture and from the drop-down menu tap on the Google Account option. As shown in the below image:
Step 3. It will prompt you to a new tab from where you get access to all your Gmail Account info.
Step 4. From this page,you have to click on the Data & personalization tab available on the left panel. Check the below image:
Step 5. Further, on the new page scroll down to locate “Things you create and do” segment.
Step 6. From that segment, you click on the “Go to Google Dashboard” option. As shown in the below image:
Step 7. After that, you’lldirect to a new page, from where you scroll down to find the Photos tab.
Step 8. Click on it,and it will extend to show you all the details regarding your photos.
Step 9. There you will also see the three-dotted icon at the below right corner, tap on it. As shown in the below image:
Step 10. A menu will pop up. From there you click on Download data option. Check the below image:
Step 11. Again, you’ll be directed to the new tab, where you have to click on the Next step button.
Step 12. Afterward, you can choose where you want to receive your data, i.e., as an email link, in the drive, etc. from the Delivery method segment. Also, you can choose the file size of the data from the Archive size option, if you want to divide it into the different file size. Your data will be downloaded in the same manner as options selected by you.
Step 13. After selecting your desired requirements, click on the Create Archive button. Check the below image to understand the steps:
Step 14. The process of creating an archive of your Google Photos data will take a certain time to complete depending on the data in your app.
Step 15. When completed you will automatically get your downloaded data in the selected location.
Additional info: The downloading process will continue in the background even if you close down the web browser.