Money Google simplifies sharing notes, calendars and photos with family

16:23  24 may  2017
16:23  24 may  2017 Source:   Engadget UK

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Now, Google is ready to add family -friendly features to even more of its products; namely: Calendar , Keep and Photos . A shared Keep account means you can share shopping lists and notes so that everyone's on the same page.

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  Google simplifies sharing notes, calendars and photos with family © Provided by Engadget Google knows that a large part of its customer base probably have families. That's why it introduced a family plan option to Google Music a couple of years ago, as well as Family Library sharing for the Play Store last year. When YouTube TV launched a few weeks ago, you could add up to five additional family members to your plan from the start. Now, Google is ready to add family-friendly features to even more of its products; namely: Calendar, Keep and Photos.

With Calendar, this means that you can now have a shared family calendar with everyone's schedules in one place. A shared Keep account means you can share shopping lists and notes so that everyone's on the same page. And finally, a shared Photos group means that anyone in the family can add photos and videos to the same album without much hassle. To be fair, these are all features that you could already do before; Google is just making it that much easier with a pre-rolled family group that you can create right from the start.

These family sharing features will roll out starting today in Australia, Brazil, Canada, France, Germany, Ireland, Italy, Japan, Mexico, New Zealand, Russia, Spain, the UK and the US.

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