A Google Assistant 'Memory' Feature Is Coming on Android Soon

A Google Assistant ‘Memory’ Feature Is Coming on Android Soon

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The tech giant is developing a new Assistant feature that lets clients store different kinds of content in a place. According to Google, the ‘Memory’ feature is an easy, quick way to save and locate everything in one place. With it you can store contents that contains links, objects, handwritten notes, posters and reminders.

You can also include images, videos, and more to the Memory section. All you have to do is call on your assistant if you want to access them.

A Google Assistant 'Memory' Feature Is Coming on Android Soon

‘Memory’ Google Assistant

You can search use the search bar to search for memories. For easy access, you’ll be given the opportunity to include a Memory shortcut to your phone’s home screen.

When the memory is stored, you’ll have access to it in the Memory feed that’s accessible from the bottom navigation bar on the Assistant screen. Rumor has it that memories will be arranged in reverse chronological order as cards.

It will still display special cards when you save Google Docs, Sheets, Slides, Drawing, Forms, Sites, Jamboard, and other Drive files. Presently, this feature is still o beta test and is available to a few people. It is expected of Google to expand the availability over the coming weeks.

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