Google Keep adds link previews and autocomplete for grocery lists
If you're a fan of using Google Keep to stay organized, you have some nifty features to look forward to in the note taking app's latest update. Once updated, the app will show you link previews in your notes, help you more quickly complete grocery lists, and more.
As shown by Google, link previews operate much as you'd expect, offering a small card with a bit of context under any link you paste. Meanwhile, Google Keep can now make creating a grocery list a breeze with autocomplete suggestions. For example, if you want to add "Apples" to your list, Google will pop up with suggestions for common grocery items that start with "A" once you start typing. Simply tap one, and it'll be added to the list.
Finally, Keep will help you avoid adding duplicate items to a list. If you start typing an item that's already on a list, the auto complete box will pop up with a check mark next to that item.
It appears that the update has just begun rolling out, so it may take some time to land for everyone.