2 min Tech Tip – Use Google Keep to Extract Text from Images

Google Keep is one of my favourite parts of the Google world.  I often can’t help myself but to do a quick “Keep-show” for groups or teachers that I am working with, or even in conversation with friends.  Keep is so powerful because you can flip from phone to desktop to iPad, from personal to work account SO seamlessly.

In this Tech-Tip video, we look at how to extract text (typeface works better than handwriting) from any image.  Imagine taking a picture of a poster or even a page in a book, and being able to extract the text so that it becomes editable – without any special programs.  That’s Google Keep’s “Grab text” feature.

Watch it now!

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