Aug 05 AT 4:19 PM Alex Wagner 0 Comments

Google Keep update lets you copy notes to Docs, while Google Slides update enables sharing through Hangouts


It’s Wednesday, and that means that it’s time for Google to update some of its Android apps. This time around, its Google Keep and Google Slides that are getting updates.

First up, Google Keep’s update will let you easily copy one of your notes to Google Docs. Simply select the note that you want to copy, hit the overflow menu, and tap “Copy to Docs.” BAM. You’ve got your Google Keep note in Google Docs.


The second update is for Google Slides. The app’s latest version will let you share your Slides presentations to video Hangouts calls, letting you conduct presentations from your phone or tablet. The app will automatically list your meetings, show you who’s on the call before starting the presentation, advance slides, view speaker notes, and use the built-in timer.

Both of these updates are now rolling out in the Play Store, so keep an eye out for ‘em in the coming hours and days.

Via: Droid-Life
Sources: Google Keep, Google Slides

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