Google's syncing notepad, Keep, added a few useful features today: a Chrome extension that lets you quickly send a link or selected text to a new note, sharing to Keep in Android and hashtag labels to link notes together. Click on the Chrome extension button to save a link to the webpage you're on and add a note. Or select text or an image on the page to create a new note out of it.
In Android, instead of having to open Keep to create new notes, you can use the "Share via" menu option in an app or the browser to send to Keep.
Finally, within a note, add a #hasthtag to add a label for better note organisation.
Google has also tweaked the menus a little bit in Android so that similar options are grouped together.
Like the Chrome Save to Google extension, the Keep clipping function doesn't clip the entire page, so it's still not a full replacement for apps like Pocket and Evernote. Still, these are nice updates if you want to use Keep not just for taking notes but also quickly saving things from the web.
Stay on task with today's updates in Google Keep [Google Docs Blog]