Google has just updated several applications in WorkSpace. Among these, the note-taking app Google Keep now supports dragging and dropping images.
Google’s office suite continues to improve. This week, the Mountain View company made several updates, including a particularly interesting one concerning Google Keep.
You can now drag and drop images from a note saved in Google Keep to other Android apps. To enjoy it, just open the two applications between which you want to transfer the image in Split Screen mode. You then only have to make a long press on the image inserted in a note to drag it to the second application. Manipulation is, a priori, also possible in the other direction.
Several other WorkSpace applications have also benefited from improvements. This is the case, for example, of the Google Docs, Sheets and Slides tools which are now able to synchronize Microsoft Office documents for offline use. Google has also improved Form, its form creation tool, which now offers more options for text formatting.
Finally, Google has taken the decision to deploy the new interface of its Gmail messaging system on a larger scale. Some users should therefore see the new design of Gmail displayed on their inbox by default. Google says, however, that they can always go back and find the old view of Gmail by going to the settings menu.