Google’s note taking app Keep has just received two new and important features, specifically labels and recurring reminders. The update brings the Google Keep Android app to version 3.1 and affects the web client too.
With recurring reminders you can set reminders for any of your notes and recurrence options include daily, weekly, monthly, yearly and a custom schedule. The app had reminders before this update, but they didn’t have any options to set recurrence. The labels feature is pretty straightforward – apply one or more labels to your notes from the overflow menu and use them later as a search filter.
The update also brings a feature exclusively for the web client of Google Keep – notes can be exported to Google Docs so you’ll be able to quickly access a wider variety of editing features whenever you need them.
All in all, the latest additions implemented into Google Keep aim to ease note taking and management so be sure to give them a try on the web or by updating your Keep app from the Google Store. As usual, the update rolls out in stages so it may not be available for you just yet.
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