Google Keep, a note taking app and competitor to others such as Evernote and Microsoft’s OneNote, is now integrated into Google’s suite of applications aimed at businesses, G Suite.
Integrating Google Keep with Google Docs and G Suite, allows Keep to become a part of the users’ workflow by taking meeting notes, reminders and recording ideas.
Meaning you can now drag and drop notes from Keep into your work documents. This particular feature is only available via the web and requires for a Doc to be loaded and open in your browser. Using the Tools menu you can access Keep, which places your notes into a sidebar within the Docs page. From there you can drag and drop notes, images and checklists directly into a document.
You can also create notes as you work in a document by highlighting the text you want to grab, then right click on the selection and choose “Save To Keep notepad.”
Due to the Keep’s popularity, it is a natural move for Google to expand beyond its consumer user base. Now as a part of G Suite, business notes can now be kept secure and managed within a company’s own domain.
Keep was made available to G Suite customers as of 28th February. If you would like more information on this useful Google app and the G Suite package, please be in touch with us at email@example.com