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Nowadays, May 8th, 2021, no, but starting on June 1, 2021, yes, as Google Docs will count against Google Accounts storage quota. NOTES: Currently when a image is inserted to a document it creates a copy of the image. On Google Documents only tables and charts from Google Sheets have a link to the source (they can be updated by clicking a button) As at this ...


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(This is the reply to Brian's comment:) 'Copy text from image' feature on photos.google.com: (Chrome PWA on macOS, with photo redacted)


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Using Linux commands jq and curl on Hangouts.json from Google Takeout: jq -r '.conversations[].events[].chat_message.message_content.attachment[]?.embed_item.plus_photo.url' Hangouts.json > urls.txt while read -r l; do curl -O "$l"; done < urls.txt This method will download all images shared to you and by you.


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Google is getting increasingly difficult to give feedback to. The location varies by product. Google Sheets Under help, "Help Sheets Improve" Google Docs Under help, "Help Docs Improve" Calendar Circle question mark top right, "Send Feedback to Google" Gmail Circle question mark top right, "Send feedback to Google" ...


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One workaround is to add rotation metadata to the original video file using ffmpeg, which can be done without having to reencode the original video. Unfortunately as you can imagine this requires the original video to be re-uploaded to Google Photos. e.g. Rotate the video 90 degrees clockwise (https://stackoverflow.com/a/31683689/399105) ffmpeg -i input.m4v ...


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I'm here just to say that this "loophole" is now being closed as of 1/6/21 according to Google: Starting 1 June 2021, any newly created Google Docs, Sheets, Slides, Drawings, Forms or Jamboard files will count toward storage. Existing files will not count toward storage, unless they're modified on or after 1 June.


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