Memories come to the web version of Google Photos, how can you access it?

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One of the great advantages of having the family photo library in the cloud, in applications such as Google Photos, is that we have quick access to any memory we want with just a couple of clicks, and it does not matter if it is photos or videos of one, two, five or more years ago, we will be able to relive them practically instantly. In this role of bringing old content to the present is the specific section that Google Photos calls “Memories”, and that is precisely about that, to show us about the last photos uploaded to the cloud, a series of cards with outstanding elements from a year ago , two, three or any other time in which we take images for the same days in which we are. Finally they reach the web version Google, which in the web version of Photos already hides some exclusive functions, taking advantage of the greater space offered by the browser window on the screen of a PC or Mac, it had yet to add this section and it was just ago a few hours, when those of Mountain View have announced that this element begins to be available. As you can read in the attached tweet published from the platform itself, the Americans have confirmed that “as of this week, your Memories will be available at the top of the gallery when you log into Google Photos from your computer, so always you can look back at some of your best photos and recent highlights, no matter what device you’re on. ” You only have to see the small GIF that they attach to see where we will have to go to look for it. In essence, what Google has done is to take the same place that memories occupy in the iOS and Android applications to place the new cards that, unlike mobile devices, will have a slightly larger size. So much so, that the truth is that they will be very prominent compared to the rest of the content that we will have in view. In addition, they will add controls to share, publish or send to print if we want to have a physical version of those contents. With the arrival of computers, these memories are already available in iPhone and Android applications, in Chromebooks and now in Chrome, Edge or any other desktop browser, all with the aim that as days go by we can quickly review those experiences that have marked us over the years. >