Even while Google One now offers a VPN, premium Meet capabilities, and additional Photos editing tools, extra storage space is still a key component of the subscription service, and the business is now releasing has created a very well-known advertisement about it.
Google has engaged Keegan-Michael Key to portray a customer who encounters a Google Photos warning about running out of space while using the free 15GB of storage provided by every Google Account:
Now hold on, what’s this? Low capacity? I’m not sure why this is so significant. I don’t want to throw anything out. I have photographs of weddings as well as images of pancakes that resemble individuals. sausages in the shape of canoes. super-amped animals. That cat appears to be able to bench press 200 pounds.
The firm behind Marie Kondo prefers to spread the word about joining Google One rather than removing significant photos. Google Photos does, however, include a tool to assist users in locating and removing huge images/videos, screenshots, and blurry images.
We were transported into a funny physical interpretation of Google’s cloud. Both a Pixelbook Go and a Pixel 6 Pro are used to demonstrate Key. Save everything that makes you happy with Google One, says the final slogan of the advertisement ( new landing page ).
Organizing guru Marie Kondo and actor Keegan-Michael Key are featured in a new Google One marketing campaign. Customers will be greeted by Marie Kondo at one.google.com/mariekondo, who will walk them through the process of organizing their digital life across Gmail, Drive, and Photos.
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