A “dual pane” view on Android tablets and foldables is among the many new features that Google Keep now offers. You will now be able to check out your Keep notes located on the left side of your screen, all while editing information on the right side with this dual pane layout. The single column should be more effective, even if the left is set to the multi-column view, which gives you two columns similar to those on mobile devices.
Google Keep used to open information in the middle of the screen while leaving the column(s) visible in the background. Although it may be a little distracting, it was a decent strategy. With the new layout, multitasking is truly possible. Google’s support post explains that the “dual pane is accessible if your device screen is >840dp and will utilize the Google Keep app in landscape mode.”
The dual pane interface for Google Keep has started rolling out to a select group of users. It will be completely accessible to wider audiences in the coming weeks. With the addition of this new function, users will now be able to drag links from Drive files into Keep and drag photos from Keep into other applications.
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