Google Photos memories are displayed in the New Tab Page of Chrome.

Google has recently been striving to expand the functionality of Chrome’s New Tab Page, with Google Photos integration being the most recent example.
Some users are seeing a From your Google Photos promotional card underneath the Google logo, search field, and 42 grid of page favicons.
View past events with your favorite persons and more
whenever you sign in, start browsing your Google Photos memories.

This integration will activate See Memories and display three memories. These rotate and vary according on user, just as at the top of Google Photos. I’m finding images and recollections from a while back that are similar.

A tap launches the fullscreen memory viewer in Google Photos, and the New Tab Page card changes to display a new one.

Chrome Google Photos
Chrome Google Photos

You can instantly remove this card and access options using the overflow menu in the top-right corner. Go to the Cards area of Customize This Page after opening it. Additionally, there are Background, Shortcuts, Color, and Theme. It most likely switches places with the unified shopping item as necessary.

On the most recent ChromeOS beta (version 104) we can see this Google Photos integration, but it is not yet generally available in the stable channel of the Chrome browser. You can activate it beforehand by setting the following flag:


Google’s 9TO5 A aesthetic change to eliminate scrolling would be helpful if Google wants to improve NTP as a landing page (remember iGoogle ?). Currently, the firm logo occupies too much space, and the search form still seems unnecessary given the Omnibox (address bar). Everything should be readable and fit on a single screen. It’s also unexpected that Google Discover has never been accessible via desktop.

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