The Google Photo service will be able to manually mark the faces of people or animals in the photo. Working
Not without limitations
Compared to similar features in othersapplications in Google Photo you can’t just take a photo and tag your friends. The recognition algorithm itself must understand that in the photograph there really are faces of people or animals. This means that if someone does not look at the camera, you cannot mark him. If the system recognized the face, but did not understand whose it is, the user will be able to manually add a tag and edit the photo.
To access the new feature you needswipe up on the photo, after which the Overflow menu opens. You can also get there by clicking on the photo, and then touching the icon with three dots. There you will see a pencil icon to the right of the heading for the People section. By clicking on this icon, you can edit any tags as you wish.
The date of implementation of the new feature in the application is still unknown.