Although the end of the unlimited and free space in Google Photos for images and videos in the cloud comes into force next Tuesday, many users could choose not to change things and take advantage of one of the Google One plans that North Americans have, with 100 or 200GB of storage at a price of 1.99 and 2.99 euros, respectively. If you also have an iPhone and you have hundreds of photos tagged with the category of favorites in the gallery, surely you do not want to have them deleted and on the way to their final storage in Google Photos they lose that condition. So we are going to tell you how to do it so that when you back up all that information, nothing disappears during the process. Without ceasing to be favorites The function of marking photos and videos as favorites is not silly since it is the way we have to highlight content above the rest. Whether we like it or not, we always have a special memory, to which we want to return from time to time in a faster and easier way than with the rest. So by marking them with that tag we get it. Well, to maintain that condition when the photo or video reaches Google Photos, what we have to do is go to the Mountain View application, touch the avatar of our profile and display the menu. There, we select the “Google Photos Settings” and we will access a huge text menu that occupies the entire screen. We look for “Apple Photos” and we touch on that function. Now we will end up on a screen that is quite empty and that only has one option that can be activated, which is “Synchronize Favorites”. By doing so, that information from the highlights that we have on the iPhone reel will be transferred, maintaining the same privileges, to the Google cloud. Quickly and easily, without having to do anything else. To find that content later in the Mountain View cloud, we will have to specifically go to the Google Photos favorites folder, where they will be joined to those that we already have configured in the same way. If you look, in the Mountain View app, these featured contents have a small five-pointed star that differentiates them and that, as we said before, will help you reach them with practically no effort. With just two clicks.