How to integrate Google Keep Notes with Google Docs

With the rise in popularity of cloud technology, Google Docs has become a valuable tool for just any purpose that requires you to take notes. Moreover, the ability to integrate Google Docs with Google Keep Notes enhances its utility even furthermore. So, if you are interested in knowing how to add Google Keep Notes to Google Docs, follow this post.

Add Google Keep Notes to Google Docs

The method to integrate Google Keep Notes with Google Docs is very simple. All you need to do is:

  1. Access Google Keep Icon
  2. Add Google Keep Note to Google Docs.

Let’s see the steps in a bit of detail.

1] Access Google Keep Icon

Add Google Keep Notes to Google Docs

Open Google Docs in your favorite browser. Hover the mouse cursor near the upper right corner of your screen.

There Google Keep Notes icon should be visible to you.

Click it to open a new window.

2] Save Google Keep Note to Google Docs

When the new window opens, go to the note you would like to add to your document. There, click the ‘Menu’ (visible as 3 dots) and then choose ‘Add to Document’ option.

add Google Keep Notes to Google Docs

The content of the Keep note will be added to your current Google Doc, at a place where the mouse cursor is positioned. If you would like to add or insert only a selected portion of the Google Keep document to Google Doc, simply highlight it and drag-drop it at the desired position.

If the Add to document’ option is not visible to you, click:

  • Take a Note or
  • The List icon

Then, create a note or list and hit ‘Done’ when you have finished.

Now, again, click the three-dot button and then select ‘Add to Document’ just as before to add the note to your file.

Thus, by integrating Google Keep Notes with Google Docs, you can keep your important documents in one place and optimize your workflow.

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