The Google Keep Chrome app available in the web store can be viewed on the Chrome OS shelf or on Mac / Windows docks and offers a streamlined single-column view. A pink banner was displayed today that said, “Keep will be moved from the Chrome app to your browser soon”. In addition to a “Learn More” support document, users have the option to “Update to keep.google.com”.
Existing users with Chrome version 86 or later can migrate to keep.google.com using the instructions in the Chrome app. The Keep Chrome app on your desktop will be replaced with a shortcut launcher that lets you launch keep.google.com by simply clicking the icon on your desktop.
The help article states that support will end in February 2021 as part of the broader transition in web technologies. As a result, you will no longer be able to view any notes on your computer without an active internet connection. Offline access is limited to the Android and iOS clients.
Also, Keep on your Chrome OS lock screen will no longer be accessible. This was especially useful for touchscreen Chromebooks with pens. It made it possible to take notes quickly without having to register beforehand.
Google officially directs new users to the Keep website and recommends that they create a simple bookmark. On Chrome OS, you can tap the overflow menu> More Tools> Create Shortcut.
Google also launched the new Google Keep icon on the web today. It’s not yet available in the mobile apps.
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