Google Lens now allows for importing directly to Google Keep
Google's continued efforts to integrate Lens into some of its most popular apps shows no signs of abating, even though the image recognition feature itself is not yet widely available. After Google Photos and Assistant, it's Google Keep's turn to join in on the fun, becoming the latest in what's likely to become an ever-expanding list of apps to gain Lens integration.
Dr_CSS reports that when he tried to run a hand-written note through Lens in Google Assistant, although the text was not recognized, Lens asked whether he'd want the photo saved for later or directly imported to Google Keep.A Reddit user by the name of
If you already have Lens on your Pixel 2 or Pixel 2 XL and want to try this, keep in mind that any hand-written text will be saved as an image in Keep, since the app is not yet capable of recognizing hand writing. Choosing "Import to Keep" creates a new note containing the photo you took with Lens.