Google Keep is updated to include searchable auto-generated topics


Google Keep is getting an update right now that adds a new search feature. Tapping the search button brings up a new category called ‘things.’ From there, you’ll be provided with a list containing auto-generated topics from your personal notes. Here’s how the feature works.

Google is taking contextual awareness to the next stage by integrating inside their notes app, Google Keep. An auto-created menu containing search topics relevant to your notes will be created with the latest update. Simply tap the search button, locate the ‘things’ menu and find a term relevant to what you’re looking for.

The purpose of the update is help organize and group related notes together without you having to do a single thing. It helps users find what they’re looking for in such little time, without the need to type anything but the notes themselves. The feature works best when you have lots of notes with many that can be put into the same category in some way.

The update is rolling out on the Play Store now, but if you’re impatient, you can sideload the apk for the first time or upgrade your existing app at the source link included below.

Google is updating lots of apps, learn about the latest of them here.

SOURCE [Google Keep – Download Link]
VIA [Google Docs on Twitter

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