Google Keep adds deep Docs integration
- Fariha Khan
- March 2, 2017
Google Keep that was launched back in 2013 has now introduced various major features which makes it a great note taking app. Google is making this app a major part of its productive tools for free and paying G Suite customers with new Docs integration.
The app now allows you to view and create Keep notes from within Google Docs. On the web, on the other hand, Google Docs is adding a ‘Keep notepad’ to the central editing window. The sidebar is a tiny version of the app and displays the latest notes together with the ability to drag text and pictures into a doc directly.
Read Also: OneNote REST API supports application-level permissions now
You can take down new notes and perform searches from here. When underlining text in Google Docs, you can benefit from a new option to ‘Save to Keep notepad.’ Particularly, these notes will be added to a related section, with Keep featuring a link back to the full Docs file as well.
Besides, as a G Suite core service, Google Keep will get the same kind of technical support and service as Gmail or Google Drive. That implies addition to the G Suite terms of service and availability on the Status Dashboard as well.
With the option of turning the app on/off for their domains, Admins will enjoy lot of control over Keep app. These updates as well as Docs integration will start rolling out from today.