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Today, another improvement has been added to the app, which enables Google Photos users to tag themselves in a picture.

A new update to Google Photos will now let you archive photos from the main feed and hide them away, helping you declutter and privatize some personal photos.

This feature is now live on two of my devices with the latest version (2.15) of Google Photos for Android, but is not yet available on the web. You just tap the pictures that you need to remove from the main feed, whether it's because you don't want other people to see them when viewing your Photos or they're just duplicates but may be needed in the future. Once the pictures have been hidden on a separate archive page they can be returned to the main feed at any time. However, the archived images will appear in both albums and search results. The items you archive are left in any previously assigned albums, and are still searchable.

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9to5google first spotted the tool, noting that an archive feature for the web and iOS could follow in the "coming days".

Using the new option, users can temporarily hide posted pictures/videos from their Instagram profiles. Next, tap on the menu button Archive. This archive option provides sort of a middle ground for a person who likes to share but also likes some privacy when called for. From here, users can also un-archive any picture. Users will also be able to choose an archived photo/video and share it on their profile again.