Last June, Google redesigned the Photos app with cleaner navigation, new logo, and a map view. In response to “user feedback and comments,” Google Photos is reverting one change to bring the “Sharing” tab back to the bottom bar.
With the revamp last year, “Sharing” was placed in the top-left corner on mobile, thus allowing Google Photos to just have three core sections. It’s now back in the bottom bar, though as the third item from the left — rather than the fourth. To preserve muscle memory, Library fortunately remains the last tab. Google says it’s “bringing your shared photos back to the home screen, allowing you to easily view and manage shared content.”