Google Live Albums Have Limit of 10,000 Photos
Oct 25, 2018, 4:36 PM by Eric M. Zeman
Google recently indicated that its Live Albums feature, which lets people instantly share photos and videos with select people, is not without limits. Live Albums are essentially shared albums that display new content right away. The new photos are accessible from devices such as the Google Home Hub and other Assistant-enabled devices. One person can add as many as 10,000 photos or 10,000 videos to a shared album. Multiple people can add as many as 20,000 items (photos and/or videos) in total to a single shared album. People who reach the limit will be warned that their Live Albums are being "paused" until some items are removed. For some, this may defeat the purpose of the automated nature of sharing via Live Albums.
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