If you use Google Photos or are a Creator on YouTube, this is bad news for you.
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Mumbai : Bad news for you if you’re using Google Photos or a Creator on YouTube. Because now you have to pay to use Google Photos. Also, YouTube creators will have to pay tax on their earnings. All these things / rules will be implemented from 1st June. (Youtube creators have to pay tax and Google Photos will no longer be free from 1st June 2021)
From June 1, Google will no longer allow you to upload unlimited photos to your Photos app. According to Google, each user will be given only 15 GB of storage space, which includes photos, including emails from Gmail. It will also include your photos, videos and other files on Google Drive. After that, after using 15GB of space, you’ll need to purchase a Google One subscription to use more space. For a 100 GB storage space with a minimum subscription of Google One, the user will have to pay Rs 130 per month or Rs 1300 per year.
YouTube creators will also have to pay
Google is going to make a big change on their second platform YouTube as well. Under this, YouTube creators will have to pay tax on their earnings. In fact, YouTube has now decided to collect taxes from YouTube creators outside the United States. In such a case, these creators will have to pay tax on the views received from the United States. The company will launch the policy from next month.
Photos from Gmail will be saved in Google Photos
In addition, the company will launch another feature next month, after which a photo received in the mail will be saved directly to Google Photos. This feature will be called Save to Photo Button. However, this feature will now be available in JPEG format. This new feature will be next to the drive button. Where email photos are placed for preview. According to the company, the new feature will allow users to download photos from Gmail and manually back up Google photos. This feature will be the default.
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(Youtube creators have to pay tax and Google Photos will no longer be free from 1st June 2021)