Google Keep Notes: Know how to use the app and 5 effortless ways to become a master
Discover the power of Google Keep Notes! Know how to use the app effectively with 5 tips, from importing notes to transcribing text and using labels.
Google Keep Notes app often goes unnoticed, but it's a powerful tool that can seamlessly connect Google's services like Docs, Calendar, and Photos and boost your productivity power to the next level. To make the most of it, follow these essential steps and learn five tips to become a Google Keep master. To get started with Google Keep, download the app from the Google Play store on your Android device. Once installed, you can create, edit, and organize notes effortlessly. Create or edit a note, make lists, save drawings, label, color, and pin notes, archive notes and lists, and set up reminders. Significantly, sharing and collaborating with others is easy too.
How to Use Google Keep Notes
- Download the Google Keep app from the Google Play Store.
- Open the app and thereafter, create, edit, organize, and even archive notes.
- Make lists, save drawings, label notes, set reminders, and more.
Share & Collaborate:
- Share notes with others to collaborate effectively.
Now, let's dive into five tips and tricks to unlock Google Keep's full potential.
1. Import Notes into Google Docs
When your short writing project turns lengthy, seamlessly import Keep notes into Google Docs for enhanced formatting options. You can do this on your computer or mobile device.
On a computer:
- Visit docs.google.com and open a document.
- Click the Google Keep icon on the right panel.
- Drag your notes into the document.
- Open any note in Google Keep.
- Tap the three-dot button and select "Send."
- Choose "Copy to Google Docs."
2. Transcribe Text from a Photo
Google Keep Notes can transcribe text not just from audio but also from photos. Open a photo, tap the three-dot menu, and select "Grab image text." The transcribed text will appear below the image.
3. Create and Add Labels
Labels are a handy way to organize notes. Open any note, type # followed by the label name (e.g., #Work), and tap "Create" to add the label. To filter notes by labels, tap the menu button and select the desired label.
4. Grab Image Texts in Google Keep
Capture text from pictures by opening a note, expanding the image, tapping the three-dot button, and selecting "Grab image text."
5. Use Google Keep Chrome Extension
Install the Google Keep Chrome Extension from the Chrome web store. Right-click on a web page or image, select "Save to Keep" or "Save image to Keep," type a note, and tap "Create note" to save it.
By following these tips, you'll become a Google Keep expert, boosting your productivity and making the most of this underrated gem in the Google ecosystem.
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