Google Photos is one of the most useful tools of Google, mainly because it offers free storage and unlimited images and videos. However, it can be an app slightly heavy. Each time you upload a file, Google Photos attempts to bring you own creation as a stylized image, a movie or an animated GIF. Of course, you are notified so you know.
The problem comes when you upload many photos or videos at once, because the app sends you six or seven notifications, making the phone vibrate, and other notifications go unnoticed. Fortunately, disabling them is really easy and you can do it in a matter of seconds.
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Thank you Google, but do I need to notify absolutely everything
If you have a version lower than Android Oreo, just go to the settings for Google Photos > Notifications and uncheck the option “Notify on this device”. The problem is that you will turn off all and that may not interest you, but it is the only thing that you can do. That, or disable the creations of the wizard from Settings > Cards in the wizard and unchecking the box “Creations”.
In Android Oreo or higher, if you go to the settings of Google Pictures you’ll see that in the notifications section there is an option “Notify on this device”. You can only disable the suggestions to share, promotions, print, draft photo books and books of photos suggested. It is not what we are looking for.
To do what concerns us in this article we will have to use channels of notifications. Thus, accessing the settings of Google Photos, and select the “Settings of notifications to this device”. Inside you will see all the channels that have Google Photos, but the one that you are interested in is “Wizard”.
This channel is the one responsible for letting you know all product created by the AI Google Pictures, so go into it and disable them. If you want to eliminate them all, simply uncheck “Show notifications”.
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The news How to turn off notifications for creations of Google Photos was originally published in Xataka Android by Jose García Nieto .