To let others use your Google One storage space, try Google One family sharing. All members of a Google One family plan see how much shared storage they use. Your files aren't shared with the rest of your family and can't be viewed without your permission. The person who shares their storage is called the Google One plan manager. This person can start or stop sharing their Google One family plan at any time. To set up a family group, you must be 18 years or older. The people you invite need to live in the same country as you. For more info, learn about the roles you set when you create a family group.
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That's plenty at first, but it's easy to fill it up with documents, photos, and email attachments. For years, you needed to upgrade your Google Drive to a paid plan if you want more storage in Gmail, Google Photos, or any other Google app, as all your Google tools share the same storage. Google's simplified things with new Google One plans that add additional storage to all of your Google apps together. Google One plans also let you share your storage with up to 5 family members, each with separate, private storage from your plan. And, if you need help, you can now get personal support for Google's apps and products. Google One plans are launching over the next few months, and you can signup now for updates when it launches. Here are the plans you'll be able to pick from—with the same free and GB plans, a new GB plan, and doubled storage with the new 2TB plan—or, if you already have a paid Google Drive account, you'll be upgraded to a similar Google One plan automatically:. But if you need more storage for your personal account, too, the new Google One plans make that more affordable. Header image via the Google One launch post.
Your family on Google. Share entertainment and stay connected with the ones you love. Create a family group with up to six family members and get the most out of Google, together. Family Link. Create a Google Account for your kid, and stay in the loop as they explore on their device. Learn More.