There are plenty of note-taking apps available today, but Google Keep has become a staple for quite a few of you out there. In fact, back in 2019, Google actually updated Keep with a much-awaited feature which was to allow users to use Google Assistant to sync their Keep notes.
If this sounds like a pretty rad idea, which we think it is, then here’s how you can do it on your Android device.
- Launch the Google Assistant app
- Go to the Settings
- Under Services, select Notes & Lists
- Choose Google Keep as the default note-taking service you want to use
- You’re all set!
So what does this mean when you use Keep as the default note-taking app with Google Assistant? This means that whenever you need to add a note or a reminder to Google Keep, all you need to do is launch Google Assistant, make the command, and it will add it to Keep.
For example, you can say, “OK Google, add eggs to my grocery list” and it will add eggs to the list which you can then double check when you open the Keep app. By allowing syncing with Google Assistant, it makes it easier for you to write down notes and have it sync across your devices using any device that supports Google Assistant. This includes smart speakers, smart displays, Android smartphones and tablets.