Add an Image to a Note or List in Google Keep on LG L70

Edited by Hotelier, priya, Eng

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Steps

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    To begin, let's unlock our phone by pressing the top right-hand side button.
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    Swipe upwards one time to get to the home screen.
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    Find Google "Keep" on the home screen. The icon is a yellow box with a lightbulb inside of it. Beneath the icon is the word, "Keep".
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    Alternatively, if Google Keep is not on our home screen, we can press the icon for "Apps" menu at the bottom of the screen. It is a gray box with a set of white squares inside of it.
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    For this demonstration, we will open up Google "Keep" directly from the home screen by tapping that icon one time.
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    Now, we are in our "Notes" page on Google Keep, viewing all of our active notes.
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    In order to choose a note to add an image to, we need to tap one on it. For this demonstration, we will add an image to the "Shopping - Food" list by tapping it one time to open.
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    Now, we are inside the note. Across the top of the screen, there is a bar with several icons.
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    The third icon over is of a camera. Let's tap on that to add a picture.
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    Now, an "Add picture" box has opened up. There are two options. The first option is says, "Take photo". The second option says, "Choose image", which will come from our gallery. For this demonstration, we have downloaded an image to add.
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    Let's tap on "Choose image".
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    Let's tap the first image, which in this case is a shopping basket full of fruits and vegetables to go along with our food shopping list.
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    If we don't like this image, we can remove it by pressing on the "X" located at the bottom right-hand corner of the image. Let's tap on that.
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    A "Delete image" box has popped up. We can either select "Delete" or "Cancel". For now, we will decide to like the image, so we'll press on "Cancel".
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    Now, we are back at our shopping list. To go back, press the back arrow at the top left-hand corner of the page.
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    Now, we are back at the "Notes" page. We can view right on this home page our shopping list with the image.
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    To exit this application and go back to the home screen, press the Home button located in the bottom center of the telephone.
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    This concludes today's tutorial on how to add an image to a note or a list in Google Keep on your LG L70. If you have any questions, comments or suggestions, please leave them in the space below.
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Recent edits by: priya, Hotelier

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