Google Keep, Google’s app for note keeping, has not only just received an app update, but also
added a new Chrome Extension, as well.
The extension now includes a new feature that allows you to add and customize your content before sharing. Now you can save links and edit from inside the browser, allowing the user to quickly add links or pictures from a webpage to Google Keep.
Easily check the note later from the app or locate the note at keep.google.com.
On Android, Keep users now have the ability to use the system-wide “Share via” menu that will allow them to create notes from nearly any app, Chrome included.
Another new feature included in the update is support for #labels. Google Keep will auto-complete hashtags after you begin using them in a few notes.
Google says it has also reorganized some of the menu items to make them easier to find as well as group similar options together.
What do you use Google Keep for in your classroom/daily life? How do you think the new extension will benefit you? Let us know in the comments!