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Google Photos does not upload my photos from a dedicated folder on a Windows 10 Pro 0 Recommended Answers 6 Replies 3 Upvotes
Until 12th July, I used Backup and Sync to i) upload all my documents and photos on Google Drive; ii) Google Photos automatically uploaded the photos from Google Drive.
As you know, following the change Google made on 12th July, it is not possible to do this anymore.
I would then like to have one dedicated Google Photos folder on my computer. And Backup and Sync automatically uploading the photos on Google Photos.
I have created a new folder called "Google photos"
I have copied my new photos (post 12th July) in sub-folders of this folder. And I clicked on: Sync and backup / preferences / My laptop / Choose folder
(and ticked this folder: C:\Users\User\Google Photos)
And then ticked "upload newly added photos on Google Photos".
I thought this would automatically upload all my new photos on Google Photos.
But the outcome is a bit random: some photos are uploaded, others are not.
Can you please let me know how to solve this / give me a better way to upload automatically my selected photos from Windows 10 to Google Photos? (something that should be easy to do, I guess!)
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