How to convert handwriting to text in the Galaxy Note 10 plus

by September 25, 2019 0 comments

Samsung’s latest flagship device the Galaxy Note 10+ offers a wide array of productivity and creativity tools. For years, Samsung’s innovative S Pen features and big screen size in the Galaxy Note series has helped millions of loyal users around the world, and in India, pursue their passions and achieve their goals. With the Galaxy Note 10+, Samsung has always aimed to help users do more of what they love.

In Note 10+, the company has brought new Air Actions to control the camera actions and also you can now convert your handwriting to text in the Notes app. Now, consumers can jot down notes, and instantly convert their handwriting to digital text in Samsung Notes. The text converted notes can then later be exported to a variety of different formats, including Microsoft Word, in different languages like Hindi, Marathi and Urdu and even Hinglish. You can also customize notes by shrinking, enlarging, or changing the color of the text.

Here is how to do it

Open the Notes app. Click on the ‘+’ sign to start jotting down notes with the S-Pen. Once you have finished taking notes, save the note.

Now, if you want to convert the handwritten note to the text, click on the capacitive button that shows Note symbol with ‘T’ sign. Once clicked, the handwritten text will be instantly converted to text and let me tell you it works pretty well.

You can also use the S-Pen to easily capture what’s on the screen, use picture-in-picture to add reactions and to annotate as a user records a video.

Available in two variants 12GB RAM + 256GB memory and 12GB RAM + 512GB memory, the Galaxy Note 10+ is available at a starting price of Rs 79,999.

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