Today posting and sharing photos on Facebook is no longer strange to many people. You can post hundreds or thousands of photos easily on Facebook without having to think about storage capacity like other services, in addition to sharing and commenting from friends as much as possible. give you more excitement when posting photos.
However, using Facebook as a place to store photos is not optimal because if you accidentally post pictures with content that violates Facebook's terms or someone deliberately "violates" or "reports. "Maybe your account and a lot of photos will" fly and fly "!
But if you have chosen Facebook to store photos, you can use Google Photos to make backup provisions for photo storage, specifically as follows.
Access Facebook with your web browser and log in to your account.
Click the expanded menu icon and select "Setting".
In the Facebook Settings page, click on the item "Your information on Facebook".
The list of options for the Information section appears, click on the line "Download your information".
The Facebook personal data download settings page appears, because the main purpose is only to back up photos and videos posted on Facebook so you just need to keep the check box "Photos and videos"is okay, please cancel the mark.
Then click "Create file".
Now Facebook will proceed to collect the photos and videos you have uploaded and compress them.
When completed, Facebook will send you an email notifying you.
You just click on the notification, then Facebook will give you a download link containing all the pictures and videos you have uploaded.
Once the download is complete, proceed to discharge the packet.
Now open your web browser and visit your website Google Photos, log in to your account.
Click next Create> Album. Then enter a name for the Album, and click Select photos> Select from computer and navigate to the folder containing photos from Facebook that you have unzipped above.
Now your last thing is simply waiting for the upload process to complete.