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How To Copy Facebook Photos To Google Photos, Dropbox And Koofr

Posted on the 13 September 2020 by Babanature @proudlyonenaija

You can now easily copy your entire Facebook photos to Google Photos, Dropbox, or Koofr with just a single click.


Sometime back, Facebook added a feature where you can easily transfer your entire photos to your Google Photos with just a click. If you could do that, it’ll be awesome, right 😉

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Why you need to download your photos? These days accounts get hacked, you can rest assured that your valuable photos are safe with you if for any reason your account gets compromised.

How To Copy Facebook Photos To Dropbox, Google Photos Or Koofr

Some weeks back, I copied my photos to Google Photos. I saw some photos I’ve forgotten about. It’s nice seeing some of your old memories…

If you are like me and eager to download your Facebook photos to the cloud, here’s a simple step by step guide for you.

Backup Your Facebook Photos to The Cloud Using

Login to your Facebook account >>> Click “Account” and “Click Settings & Privacy” (If you are running the new Facebook) otherwise Click “Settings” if you are still using the Facebook Classic.

How To Copy Facebook Photos To Google Photos, Dropbox And Koofr

On the left part of the “Settings” click “Your Facebook Information” Click “Transfer a Copy of Your Photos or Videos

How To Copy Facebook Photos To Google Photos, Dropbox And Koofr

Put in your Facebook password to show you’re the owner of the account and click “Continue


Choose the destination you want your photos to go and tick the “Photos” option >>> click “Next

Doing so your photos will be downloaded to the preferred destination you chose.

The process feels simple right? Why not try it out so you can secure your Facebook photos. Remember that our photos are priceless.


Now that Facebook has finally enabled the feature that allows us to download a copy of our photos, I think it’s a nice idea that will help all.

Let’s Talk

Before Facebook brought this feature, have you tried finding a way to download your entire Facebook photos in a go? How did you successfully transferred all the photos? Was it with a third party app?

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