If you use Google Keep, you’ll be happy to know that you’ll soon be able to format the text of your notes.
It’s been almost ten years since its launch, but very soon, Google Keep will finally offer the possibility to format the text of the notes, being able to use bold, italic and limited.
This big change, discovered by the folks at 9to5Google, is present in version 5.22.128.00, although it’s not currently active or available to users. However, it should arrive with a future update which should be available soon.
Google Keep will let you format the text of your notes
As verified, once the function is available, it will be possible to access a new menu in text format represented by an underlined letter “A”.
Within this menu, you will be offered several options for formatting the text: bold, italic or underlined. There is also an option to “clean up” the text and quickly remove any formatting.
Formatting commands are basic and match those found in Google’s office apps: presentations, text documents, and spreadsheets.
Although Google Keep version 5.22.182.00 is already available on Google Play, the option must be enabled by Google through a server-level change. It is therefore normal that you install the new version of the application and that you cannot use the text formatting commands.
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