The Easy Way to Copy Handwriting with Google Lens
When you have notes in a book and want to save them on the internet via Google Docs or other applications, you can do this easily, because you can use Google Lens.
Google Lens will help you to copy handwriting so it can be transferred to other platforms. If you don’t know how, please refer to the following tutorial until it’s finished.
1. Open the app Google Chrome on your cellphone, then tap the logo Google Lens.
2. Select text.
3. Point the camera HP to your handwriting, then tap the logo take a photo.
4. Tap choose all.
5. Tap copy text.
6. Paste the handwriting that has been copied on another platform, for example Google Docs as shown below.
If the handwriting is easy to read and neat, Google Lens can detect it well. However, if the handwriting is unclear and irregular, you must correct it again after it has been pasted.
So if you want to get the most out of the tutorials that have been mentioned, make sure the handwriting must be easy to read and neat. If not, you will have to make edits.
That’s an easy way to copy handwriting with Google Lens, I hope this is useful.