Google Keep’s Chrome App Will Stop Working in February 2021

Google Keep’s Chrome App Will Stop Working in February 2021

Google will finish help for the Google Keep Chrome app in February 2021. The app is being moved to Google Keep on the Web, from the place it will probably nonetheless be accessed. This is a part of the corporate long run plan of killing all Chrome apps. 
On opening the app on Chrome, customers are being greeted with an indication informing them that Keep shall be shifting from the Chrome app to the browser quickly.
Access to Keep on the Chrome OS lock display screen may even not be accessible anymore.

Offline entry to notes will nonetheless be accessible on Google Keep cellular apps, however not on the pc, as per Google’s support page

Users can set up a shortcut that opens Keep on the Chrome browser by going to Google Keep, clicking on Star, and both renaming the bookmark or altering the folder location of mentioned bookmark. After doing this, customers are required to click on on Done.

After saying in January that will probably be shutting Chrome Apps, Google not too long ago gave a timeline for the support for Chrome apps will finish in June 2021.

Google is encouraging customers to make use of the web version of Google Keep as an alternative. Existing customers who’ve Chrome 86 or newer variations of the browser put in can full the migration course of to Google Keep on the browser simply. 

The Keep Chrome on the desktop shall be changed by a shortcut launcher, which can enable customers to launch the Google Keep web page by clicking on the icon on the desktop.

Google Keep has also rolled out a new icon. It is a similar shade as earlier, but has a filled-in version of a lightbulb instead. 

The dog-eared corner of the icon has been shifted from the bottom right to the top right. The new icon has rolled out for Web, but isn't visible for the mobile apps yet.

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