I have a Nest Hub Max set up with Photo Frame from a Google Photos album I’ve made. When a family member sees a photo they like, how can they add it as a favourite in their account or share it with themselves? Everything seems to require me as the “owner” of the photo to initiate the action. Can I share everything by default to allow them to favourite themselves?
Thanks for visiting the Community.
When your Google Nest Hub or Google Nest Hub Max display isn't in use, it can quietly keep you entertained. You can add your favorite photos to Google Photos and display them in your Google Nest Photo frame. Alternatively, you can choose an existing art gallery or select from a variety of traditional and abstract clocks to show while your device is idle.
Right now, the only photo that can be displayed on the photo frame is from the main user/account linked in Google Nest speakers. However, as an option, you might want to check these steps:
Set up Live Albums
Live Albums automatically add photos from your Google Photos library so you don’t have to manually update the photos on your Nest display.
Photos of your family and friends should now appear on your Nest display.
Note: Make sure you enable face grouping in the Google Photos app.
When a photo is on your Nest display screen, you can do the following:
Voice interaction with photos is available in most Google Assistant languages that work on your Nest display.
Hope this info helps.