Google Keep has received a new update which brings in a long awaited undo and redo feature to the amazing note-taking app.
This new feature will make the Google Keep all the way more productive. While the Google Keep can not compete with the likes of the more ultra-productive apps like the Google Docs or the Evernote app, it is certainly the most resource efficient and swift app available for free.
In case you are unfamiliar with Google Keep, it lets you add and save texts, videos, photos, hand-drawn memos, and some other useful features. The only thing that was probably missing in this amazing app is the ability to undo and redo anything. This used to be so annoying that it is almost a surprise that it took Google so long to push this feature.
Latest Google Keep update: Undo and Redo with ease
After receiving the latest Google Keep update, you will see two arrows in between the “+” and the overflow menu buttons inside the editing menu.
Once it is finished and you exit out of the note, you no longer have the ability to make changes in that particular note again
This means that now you can correct any recent change you have made to your note and you can redo it as well.
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The undo option will let you back throughout the edit history of your current session. Once it is finished and you exit out of the note, you no longer have the ability to make changes in that particular note again.
The latest Google Keep update is already up for grabs on the Google Play Store. You can either download it from the Store itself, or you can download it directly from the button given below.
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