If you have handwritten notes or printed notes on paper, then you don’t need to waste time typing it. Google has added a very useful feature from which you can to Copy and Paste Handwritten Notes to Your Mobile or Computer with Google Lens. This article is here to give you step by step guide for using this feature.
What is Google Lens?
Google lens, an amazing object recognition tool now gives a feature to scan your text and put it on your computer. For this, you need the newest version of Google Chrome and update the Google Lens app on your smartphones. This is available for both Android iOS users. If you don’t have the Google Lens, then you can access the feature from the Google app too.
Why this feature is so important?
Google Lens can now scan your text, then copy and paste it to your mobile or PC. It can be very helpful for students, working professionals or anyone who needs it. For the best results of this feature, your handwriting should be neat enough.
How to Copy and Paste Handwritten Notes to Your Mobile or Computer with Google Lens?
1. Open the Google Lens app or tap on the Lens button on the Google app.
2. Open the camera to scan your handwritten notes and take a photo.
3. Adjust to select the text you want to paste.
4. Select the ‘Copy to computer’ option that will appear below.
Note: If you want to paste text to your mobile, then select the ‘Copy text’ Option and paste wherever you want.
5. Your notes will be copied on your Computer. Paste it wherever you want.
This is all you need to do for Copy and Paste Handwritten Notes to Your Mobile or Computer with Google Lens. This article might be worth reading if you are using Google Chrome.
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