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With the changes to Google Photos happening July 2019 (as described here https://support.google.com/photos/answer/9316089?p=drivephotosusers_transition&visit_id=636979716431276034-394539991&rd=1 ) Google Photos and the Google Photos folder in Drive will no longer sync changes. Will new photos still be synced from Photos to Drive, though?
I ask because I am thinking of turning off + deleting the Google Photos folder in Drive, but if I do so, what are my options for getting my Google Photos to be synced to my Mac? At the moment I'm using the "Backup and Sync" app to sync the Google Photos folder within Google Drive to my Mac. Do I understand correctly that this will no longer backup the most recent photos from Google Photos to my Mac, and if so, are there any other alternatives aside from writing some kind of script to periodically download and unzip archive files?
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