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Google Keep Updating Its App With New Text Formatting Features

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image credit - Android showed a part of Google Keep that is still being worked on. This hinted at the chance of adding rich text formatting to Google Keep notes, a feature many people who use the app often have asked for. But the finding hadn't been made public yet, so all we had to go on were the screenshots and notes Mishaal Rahman posted on his X post. However, we didn't have to wait long for an official answer because Google just told us on its Google Workspace Updates Blog. Also read - Google introduces new Google Keep Tile to Wear OS smartwatches In the official statement, Google said that notes on Android devices will get new ways to format text in Google Keep. The number of users who asked for this function is what made the company decide to add it.

What Are New Formatting Options In Google Keep?

Users can change the look of their notes by making text bold, italic, or highlighted. You can also pick from different types of headings, like H1 and H2. [caption id="attachment_191968" align="aligncenter" width="1600"]Enhance-your-Google-Keep-notes-on-Android-with-rich-text-formatting image credit - phonearena.com[/caption] For now, only new notes will be able to use the new formatting options. However, support for old notes is scheduled to be added in the coming weeks. The rollout starts today for all Google Workspace customers and users with personal Google Accounts, but it could take up to two weeks for the feature to reach all users. To use the new formatting options, tap on the text you want to change and choose the choice from the toolbar. But keep in mind that you can only format text on Android devices. If you open a note that you've already formatted on a desktop browser or an iOS device, you won't be able to see the formatting you've already done. Even though adding formatting options to Keep doesn't bring it up to the same level as more advanced note-taking apps like Microsoft's OneNote or Squid, especially since you can only see the formatting changes on Android, it is a good start to a long-requested feature.

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