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This article was published on December 11, 2013

Google updates Keep Web app with new design, option to rearrange lists, better search, and a navigation drawer

Google updates Keep Web app with new design, option to rearrange lists, better search, and a navigation drawer
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Google today updated its Keep note-taking Web app with a slew of new features. You can check them out now immediately at keep.google.com.

The new features are as follows:

  • Sleek new design: many of your favorite things from the Android app are now on the web – full color notes, text that scales to fit the note, and a custom font just for Keep.
  • Rearrange items in lists: keep everything in order, all the time.
  • Improved search: finding the note you’re looking for is easier than ever.
  • Navigation drawer: quickly switch between your active and archived notes, or get a custom view of all of your notes with reminders.

In short, Google is making sure its Keep Web app can keep up with its Android and Chrome counterparts. If you prefer using Web services without installing anything, this update is for you.

See also – Google launches Evernote rival Keep for the Web, Android 4.0 and above and Google Keep gets time and location reminders, revamped navigation drawer, and new options to add photos to notes