Google has updated its data portability tool Takeout with a new feature that allows users to select specific Google Photo albums to transfer to other third-party services.

Since its launch back in 2011, Google Takeout (also known as Google Takeaway in some languages) has let users export and download local copies of their data from the search giant. Through its partnership with the Data Transfer Project though, Google made it possible for users to directly move an image library to a third-party service.



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