Now The Facebook has been working on expanding there reach of its photo transfer tool to more regions & now & it is now rolling out to users in United States & Canada. These tool lets users transfer their Facebook photos & videos directly to the other services. Now it allows transferring to there Google Photos. These feature was first introduced in December last year as part of the Data Transfer Project & Facebook has been expanding to there reach to other regions ever since.
Facebook Tools Update
These development are shared as an update to the original blog about these photo transfer tool. The states the company is expanding there availability of the photo transfer tool to the United States and Canada.
Facebook Photo Transfer Tools Setting
In The access the tool of users have to open there Facebook Settings page & click on Your Facebook Information & then select Transfer a Copy of Your Photos and Videos. Its will be prompted to enter Facebook password after which you will have to Choose Destination from the drop down. These only option as of now is Google Photos. Its Choose what you want to transfer (photos or videos) & click Next.
These tool are available in India for the few months now & users can transfer their photos and videos to Google Photos by following the aforementioned steps.
To The recall of Facebook launched this tool in December last year. In The February, it made the tool available for the countries in Latin America & Asia Pacific. The last month its was made available to the countries in the European Union, United Kingdom, more countries in Latin America, South East Asia & Africa.They reached Canada and the US.
Data Transfer Project
This Data Transfer Project its was started in 2018 to allow the users to easily move their data across the web between the online service providers someever they want. These New Merging Collabration to the organizations committed to building a common framework with open-source code its can connect any two online service providers enabling a seamless, direct, user initiated portability of the data between the two platforms.In July of 2018 The Facebook, Google, Microsoft, and Twitter joined the project.