Google Keep has just received a very useful feature: sharing notes. What makes this feature particularly efficient is how fast and easy it can be used. The sender’s gmail contacts are used to make finding the recipient a matter of seconds and the recipient gets a notification and can start to read/edit the note with a single tap. What’s more, the edits are updated live as in Google Docs.
Using Google Keep in an educational context is probably still not very meaningful, as the creation of notebooks is still absent and for most purposes Google Docs are more efficient. It may still turn out to be a useful tool to use among a group of students or two teachers working together.