The ongoing lockdowns and isolations around the world have incited technologists to take on multi-faceted approaches to work-from-home living. One of them is to converge the offline and online ecosystems of productivity, and Google Lens has been one of these facilitators.According to a May 7 blog post by Lou Wang (Group Product Manager for Google Lens and AR), “You can already use Lens to quickly copy and paste text from paper notes and documents to your phone to save time. Now, when you select text with Lens, you can tap ‘copy to computer’ to quickly paste it on another signed-in device with Chrome. This is great for quickly copying handwritten notes (if you write neatly!) and pasting it on your laptop without having to retype them all. Copying text to your computer requires the latest version of Chrome, and for both devices to be signed into the same Google account.” However, it is up to the user where they want that text pasted, be it in the browser’s search bar, a Google Files sheet (Sheets, Slides, Docs). The handwritten-to-typed text facility has many potential use-cases, the most prominent being transferring meeting notes to an email for colleagues, brainstormed lesson plans… Read full this story
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