Published: Wed, May 24, 2017
Hi-Tech | By Grace Becker

Google enables easy family sharing for Calendar, Keep, Photos

Google enables easy family sharing for Calendar, Keep, Photos

It begins rolling out today in select countries, and it includes support for Google Photos, Google Keep, Google Calendar, and now YouTube TV as well.

Google has increasingly added family friendly functionality in its products.

Popcorn. Snuggles. Sniffles. Families share a lot of stuff-and now we're making it even easier to share and stay connected with each other by giving you more to do with your family group on Google. Each gets their own cloud DVR with unlimited storage space, viewing preferences, and personal content library. Meanwhile, Google Calendar and Google Keep let you share calendars and notes, respectively, with your family group.

YouTube TV. For no additional cost-the service costs $35 per month-you can add five additional family members to your YouTube TV subscription. Non-family members can't be invited to join this calendar, but you can still invite them to events.

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For example: family sharing on Google Photos now lets users send out their latest pics and videos to their family in just a few taps, rather than having to pick out each member of the house one-by-one every time you want to update them on your vacation selfies.

Google Calendar: A shared family calendar makes it easy for your whole family to keep track of group activities like picnics, movie nights and reunions-all in one place.

These family-focused sharing features will begin rolling out today in Australia, Brazil, Canada, France, Germany, Ireland, Italy, Japan, Mexico, New Zealand, Russia, Spain, the United Kingdom, and the US.

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