Use Google Search to Find Your Photos

Google+ users have received an update with how Google Search interacts with their photos, and the photos of friends, while signed into Google+. To see what images you have uploaded, simply search for [my photos] on Google.com (English only) when you're signed into your Google+ account.

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You can also use it to search for specific things you have uploaded photos for, such as "my photos of New York" or "my photos of food" in order to narrow your search down when you have many photos to sort through.

It is also a trip down memory lane, I didn’t remember uploading several of the pictures associated with my own Google+ account, although some were simply interesting screenshots or online ads that I had commented about on Google+.

As users begin to upload more photos into their albums, this new feature will become a very valuable tool.

About the author

Jennifer Slegg began as a freelance writer, and turned to search engine optimization and writing content for the web in 1998. She has created numerous content-rich sites in niche markets and works with many clients on content creation, strategy, and monetization. She writes about many search industry and social media topics on her blog, JenniferSlegg.com and is a frequent speaker at search industry conferences on SEO, content marketing and content monetization. Acknowledged as the leading expert on the Google AdSense contextual advertising program, she runs JenSense, a blog dealing exclusively with contextual advertising. She is also the founder and editor of The SEM Post. She is known by many as her handle Jenstar on various webmaster forums.