Google Keep is a free note-taking tool offered by Google. With the app, you can create, share, and collaborate with people on short notes and lists.
Google Keep comes as a part of the Google Docs apps suite, included with the tools like Google Docs, Google Sheets, Google Slides, Google Drawings, Google Sites, Google Forms, etc.
- Web (all browsers)
- Free with a Gmail account
⏳ Information last updated: 7 Oct 2021
Google Keep features
- Notes and lists — add simple text notes, images, or list notes with checkboxes
- Labels and colors — categorize your notes by using different colors and custom labels so that it becomes easier to find next time
- Reminders — you can also add reminders in your notes so that you don’t miss an important deadline
- Colloborations — you can collaborate on a note with your colleagues – just invite them by using your email ID and they can also add their inputs
- Pin and archive — important notes can also be pinned to the top and the notes that you no longer need can be archived or deleted
- Quick capture — Google Keep mobile app offers some quick ways to capture your thoughts and ideas in image, audio, list, or just text version
- Drawing mode — you can also draw freehand diagrams
- Grab text from image — if an image in a note has some text over it, you can copy all the text with just a click
- Night mode — the mobile apps as well as the web app support light mode and dark mode
- Import to Google Docs — you can also quickly import a note to a new of existing Google Docs document
- 8 tips to help you keep up in Google Keep by Google Blog
- Google Keep: Top 5 features you need to know about by android authority
- 5 helpful ways you can use Google Keep, by Business Insider
- 7 Reasons to Actually Start Using Google Keep by PCMag
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