Google Keep’s Newest Feature Helps Users Create Lists Faster


While Google Keep often comes in handy as a quick and easy way to save important notes across your Android devices, a lot of folks also use the app to make a list of important to-dos, inventories, and such. With that being said, it looks like Google has started rolling out a new feature which will help users with their list-making.

Harnessing the power of generative AI, Google Keep will now be able to assist users in creating a list based on context; Users with the “help me create a list” option will be greeted with a dialog when opening the app. They will then see the “help me create a list” button when creating a new note. The change was highlighted by reported Mishaal Rahman on his twitter/X account.

It should be noted that not all users have received the feature yet, so we do advise keeping an eye on your Google Keep app just in case it finally arrives on your device. With all that said, the feature is a pretty handy addition to Keep’s existing set of functions, and adds a bit of convenience to an otherwise mundane task such as list making.

Mike Viray
A writer and content creator with a love for tech and music, Mike is also an avid gamer as well. He and his wife are big fans of Mario Kart.

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