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Find the best shots of frequently captured faces

You can help the camera on your Pixel 4 or later, including Fold, to identify and recommend better shots of the faces that you photograph or record the most.

When your camera finds and recommends other shots within your photos or quick videos, your camera recognises which shots include the faces that you capture often. Then, your camera recommends better photos of those faces.

If you turn on Frequent Faces, your camera saves data about the faces that you photograph or record. All face data is saved on your device, not sent to Google. If you turn off Frequent Faces, your data is deleted.

To turn on Frequent Faces:

  1. Open your Camera app Google Camera.
  2. At the bottom left, tap Settings and then More settings.
  3. Tap Frequent Faces.
  4. Turn on Frequent Faces.

Tip: On Pixel 6 and later, including Pixel Fold, Frequent Faces can also help the camera to show skin tones more accurately.

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