Although everyone is aware that Google Photos does not offer unlimited free storage, the service is still one of the best cloud storage options at the moment. I’ll be listing the steps to permanently delete photos from Google Photos in this blog today. Let’s get going.
Steps to permanently delete photos from Google Photos
- To view a photo in full-screen mode, tap on it.
- In the lower-right corner of your screen, tap the Delete button. You will see a dialogue box asking if you wish to move the image to the trash.
- To confirm that you want to delete the picture, choose Allow.
- Click the bottom tab of the screen to reveal the Google Photos Library area.
- In the screen’s upper right corner, open the Trash folder.
- Find the deleted photo and tap it.
- In the lower-left corner of the screen, click the erase button.
- To confirm and permanently remove the photo, tap Allow.
Steps to permanently delete multiple pictures on Google Photos
- You can remove a photo by tapping and holding it.
- To pick the additional photos you want to delete, tap on them.
- In the toolbar at the bottom, tap the bin icon. You must formally declare your desire to discard the photographs.
- Press Allow.
- In the lower right corner, click to open the Library section.
- To view all deleted images, tap the Bin symbol.
- Look through and choose the pictures you removed. By tapping and holding the initial image while swiping your fingers over the other images you want to permanently remove, you can speed up the process.
- In the bottom left corner, select the delete option.
- If you’re sure you want to permanently delete the selected items, tap Allow. You may. Also empty the trash bin using the three-dot button in the upper-right corner.