The long-awaited news, given that while Google Keep is updated almost constantly and almost monthly, only bugs have been corrected in most of these updates. After idling since 2018 without major changes to the app, we can talk about a couple of very useful visual novelties. Remember that the last big change was Google Keep dark mode two years ago.
Shortcuts for ‘Home’ and ‘Work’ in reminders
The main and only change we’re writing these lines for is the inclusion of two new shortcuts when programming reminders. These entries will allow us to classify them, depending on which one we choose, which is something that will help us organize the tasks. Google Keep refreshes the reminders window to present a file New popup menu full of suggestions, Which will allow us to schedule reminders in fewer steps.
In previous versions, you had to manually specify the day, time, and / or location in Reminders, but it now suggests different times of the day (morning, afternoon, and night) as well as locations a house And the Profession.
Now, to reach the same goal, the procedure is simpler than before, as it allows us to set reminders when we get home or work with one touch. This is thanks to the shortcuts that have been added to Bell iconWhere the time and location are set. It also allows what you’ve already allowed before, manually enter a title from the reminder itself. However, to enable these shortcuts, You have to specify directions in Google Maps Before, and we’ll tell you how to do it.
Add my home and work addresses to Google Keep
If you specify your home and business address, you don’t have to enter them over and over into a file Notes application Every time you set a personal reminder. This way, the new Google Keep shortcuts will make more sense and everything will be automated. To do this, we have to go to Google Maps and do the following:
- On your Android phone, open the Google Maps app.
- Touch the Save icon. Under “Your Lists,” click Named.
- Choose a house a Profession.
- Enter the address of each location in the appropriate section.