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'Google Keep' iOS Notes Now Integrate With Google Docs on the Web

Google has integrated Google Keep notes into Google Docs, allowing users of the Google Keep iOS app to drag-and-drop their notes directly into online documents. With Google Keep for iOS, users can input notes, lists, photos, and voice memos, set reminders about notes, and organize their note collections with labels and colors. While in Docs on the web, users can now access the Keep notepad via the Tools menu. The new integration means users can copy their Keep notes into Docs and create new Keep notes right from inside Docs (accessed via the web, not through the Docs app), after which they will sync back to the Keep iOS app. Google has offered some tips on making the most of the new feature: Here are a few ways you can now work better with the integration between Keep and Docs: Drag your notes from Keep directly into your work documents Easily search your notes in Keep while in Docs to find the information you need to complete your project Add a new note in the Keep notepad or select text from inside of your document and easily add it to a new note (just right click and select “Save to Keep notepad”). When you open that note in Keep, we’ll include a link back to the source document so you can always refer back to it.Google Keep is a free download for iPhone and iPad available from the App Store. [Direct Link

Note-Taking App 'Google Keep' Gains Intelligent Organization Feature

Google has announced a smart new organizational feature for its note-taking and to-do list app, Google Keep. The app can now intelligently categorize users' notes by topic, such as food, books, and travel, and entries can be searched by keyword using topic shortcuts which appear in the search bar. Google Keep, which also offers a web interface, includes other features like list support, label and color organization tools, note reminders based on time or place, voice memos with automatic transcription, collaborative note-taking, and more. #GoogleKeep organized. Search automagically created topics like books, food and quotes for @Android, iPhones and web pic.twitter.com/wccSbThYpQ— Google Docs (@googledocs) June 29, 2016 The feature update for the note-taking service comes just a day after Evernote hiked its paid plan prices and announced it would be imposing a two-device limit on its free plan account holders. Some MacRumors forum members have since been discussing moving over to the native iOS Notes app. To migrate Evernote notes to Apple Notes, follow these simple steps: Download and install the Evernote Mac app, launch it, and click Edit -> Select All in the menu bar. Next, click File -> Export Notes..., select the Evernote XML format, and save the file in a convenient location. Open Apple Notes, click File -> Import Notes... in the Apple Notes menu bar and select the exported Evernote XML file to import. iOS 9.3 added support for importing Evernote XML data into Notes, so alternatively you could save the exported file you created in