Google has been on a roll lately, adding features to Workspace apps that run on larger-screen devices, such as Android tablets. Just last week, it added custom emojis for chat, out-of-office banners on a person’s information card, and the ability to see link previews and to drag, copy, and share charts and images in cells to Sheets.
However, once again, a new feature is making its way to a Workspace app on Android tablets. Google is updating the keyboard shortcuts for Keep on Android so that they work more as they do on the web. This will bring feature parity and less confusion when switching back and forth between using the web and the Android app on a larger screen. You can check out this link for a full list of shortcuts.
This is yet again part of Google’s ongoing effort to provide a viable way for users to be productive on Android tablets and hopefully normalize their use while working from home, in the office, or even just for personal use. The launch of the upcoming Pixel Tablet next year will be a perfect opportunity to show the masses what a top-tier Android tablet could look like and function as. In the meantime, we can take advantage of these new improvements to workspace apps in existing Android tablets.