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Save & tag images in search

You can save images from Google search results as bookmarks and see them when you’re signed into your Google Account.

Your saved images are visible only to you, and aren’t downloaded onto your device.

Save an image

You can save an image from Google search results. To find and save an image:

  1. Sign in to your Google Account.
  2. Go to images.google.com and search for a word or phrase.
  3. Select the image you want to save. A larger version will open.
  4. Select Save. The label will change to "Saved."
See or remove images you've saved 

You can see or remove images you’ve saved at any time.

See images you’ve saved

If you’re already on a page with one of your saved images, select View saved. The "All saves" page will open and show your saved images, with the most recently saved on top.

If you’re not on a page with one of your saved images:

  1. Sign in to your Google Account.
  2. At the top left, select Menu Menu.
  3. Select All Saves.

Remove images you’ve saved

To remove an image you’ve saved:

  1. Sign in to your Google Account.
  2. At the top left, select Menu Menu .
  3. Select All Saves.
  4. Select the image you want to remove.
  5. At the bottom left, select DeleteDelete.
Add tags to saved images

You can return to your saved images at any time and add tags to organize them. For example, you can save images of recipes you want to cook and add tags like "appetizers" or "desserts."

To add a tag to an image you’ve already saved:

  1. Sign in to your Google Account.
  2. At the top left, select Menu Menu .
  3. Select All Saves, and then select the image you want to tag.
  4. Click Add a tag, then type your tag name.

To see images organized by tag, at the top left, touch Tags Tag.

Availability

This feature is not available in all countries. 

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