Google has launched a new feature for Lens that will be very useful for students or anyone who needs it. You can now use Google Lens to copy and paste handwritten notes on your PC.
To get the new feature, you must have the latest version of the Google Lens or Google app and also Google Chrome. It is available for Android iOS users and can be downloaded from Google Play and the App Store respectively. If you don’t have the standalone Google Lens app, you can also access the feature from the Google app.
Google Lens is available on Android and iOS.
How to use it
Open the Google Lens app or tap the Lens button in the Google app.
Point the camera lens of your phone at your handwritten notes.
Take a photo and adjust it to select the text you want to transition.
Then select the “copy to computer” option below.
Your notes will be copied to your PC and you can paste them wherever you want.
It goes without saying that you would need to have a good handwriting or something that is clear enough to understand. Also, using this feature requires you to sign in with the same Google account in all applications. For those who take notes especially now during online classes, this feature can come in handy.