Google Keep, the company’s handy notetaking and information organization tool for notes has been adding a number of major features. Google wants to make it a powerful competitor of Evernote and Microsoft’s OneNote since its launching in 2013. And now, Google has integrated Keep with Google Docs. Making it a serious part of its productive tools for G Suite customers, both free and paying.
Easy to access
From now, you can drag and drop notes from Google Keep into your work documents. Your Google Keep notes will show up in a side panel within the Docs app. Which you can access via the tools menu. You can also search Keep notes within Doc for relevant project information.
The integration also lets you add a new note to Google Keep while you’re working in Docs. To complete the task, first you need to select the text in your document, then save it via the new right-click menu item “Save to Keep notepad.” It will generate a new link within the note, which directs back to the source document.
Like Gmail and Google Drive, Keep will also get a similar level of technical support and service as a G Suite core service. It means business-focused notes can now be kept secured within Google’s own domain, where the admin will have a great level of control over Keep usage, and turning it on/off for their domains. Google Keep is now available to G Suite customers, where they can use it on iOS, Android, Chrome or web.