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Version history for notes now available on Google Keep.

Version history for notes now available on Google Keep.

Google is adding a version history feature to Keep on the web that allows you to download a text file of previous versions of your notes or lists to see changes you’ve made over time. Currently, the “Version history” option is grayed out and labeled “Coming soon,” with a link to a support article for more information.

The version history feature is only available on the web client and not on Android or iOS. It allows you to see previous versions of text changes but does not support images. Google states that the feature is currently rolling out gradually to all notes, but it’s unclear if it will be available for all past notes or limited to a more recent start/save date.

Though the addition of version history is useful, the implementation so far seems basic compared to Keep’s existing sync conflict resolution feature and UI. Google Docs, on the other hand, offers a rich version history capability.

Recently, the Google Keep Android app has received visual refreshes, including a dual pane UI for tablets, foldables, and Chromebooks. Additionally, Google Keep now has a single note widget on Android and Wear OS, as well as a richer main feed on Wear OS.

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Version history for notes now available on Google Keep.


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