Google has added a special feature in its object recognition tool Google Lens. Through this feature, users can now copy-paste hand-written notes on the computer screen.
Through this feature, users can now copy-paste hand-written notes on the computer screen.
Google’s tremendous feature, now Copy-Paste will be able to handwrite notes on computer
Google (Google) has added a special feature in its object recognition tool Google Lens. Through this feature, users can now copy-paste hand-written notes on the computer screen. If you want the text written on paper in the computer immediately then this feature will make your work easier. Write this feature on anything, it will help in transferring text to phone or laptop without typing.
Google till now had the option to copy-paste paper notes on the Smartphone. But now it can be copy-pasted on the computer screen document as well. To use it, the user has to login on his PC and Smartphone from the same account. Also, it is necessary for the user to have the latest Chrome browser and Google Lens App on Android phones. To properly use this feature, it is important that the user’s handwriting is clear.
The special thing in this App is that you can copy text written on anything other than paper. You can also translate the text into another language. The meaning of any line or paragraph can also be understood with the new feature of Google lens.
Download the Google Lens App from the Google Play Store, open the App and move the phone in front of the text. Take a photo of the text. Now you will see the option of Text Selection. Select as much of the text as you want to copy. Now click on the option of Copy or copy to computer. Through this text can be copied to the computer. If you want, you can copy the text in the phone and send it to the computer.