Google is bound to implement its Keep notes app into Docs, being gobbled up to official G Suite status. Based on a blog post on February 28, Google has used Keep as a part of the basic lineup of cloud apps in such a way that users can write and then share their doodles and notes within their work fields. Moreover, the company is also meant to add new functionalities to enable Keep notes app to be even more useful in Google Docs.
Probably there are not many users who are familiar with this app developed by Google. Keep notes app is a note-taking app which might be less popular than Evernote or Microsoft’s OneNote. Nevertheless, this does not indicate that Google will allow its competitors to rule this market. Every G Suite users will be happy to use the app which is meant to ease their workflow, benefiting from great features.
The Keep app is prone to facilitate your work by writing down checklists, reminders, daily to-do lists, ideas, taking notes at any moment.
Mario Anima, the product manager of Keep notes, presented the new features which will be soon implemented. Users will be able to drag and drop note fragments from Keep directly into an open Google Doc. The Keep tab is available on the Tools menu, just like the contextual Explore tab. The tab gives users the possibility to search for their notes and snippets in a different panel.
The results of a user’s search appear on the screen as cards which can be dragged and dropped into the primary edit window, preserving their formatting. The feature also works in reverse. Users are now allowed to add Keep notes in the sidebar of an open Google Doc. They may also just highlight the needed text and use the right click to select “Save to Keep notepad.”
The new feature incorporated help users increase their productivity by easily managing their workflow, transferring meeting notes and ideas into official documents. The update can also be used for pictures and checklists.
The new notes will be automatically linked to the original doc. Based on data provided by Google, the new Docs-Keep implementation will be ready to be used by anyone who uses G Suite in the next few days.
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