Finally, Samsung unveiled the all-new, latest, and greatest series the Galaxy S23, pre-packed with One UI 5.1 software based on Android 13. The One UI 5.1 software version offers various features and one of them is the ability to edit and share live Samsung Notes with Google Meet.
With the debut of One UI 5.1, Samsung Notes has collaborated with Google Meet which will make your video conference more effective and understandable. Users can now share the screen on the video call through Google Meet and can make changes to their notes live on Samsung Notes.
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Users are now capable to make changes to the notes and can discuss them on the video call simultaneously. It means the Galaxy S23 Ultra video participants will be able to edit documents through live sharing using Spen. Additionally, all the other participants will be able to see the changes made to the documents.
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This is going to take your video call meetings to another level, as every participant in the Google Meet video call will have the ability to edit these Samsung Notes documents with ease. Because now every user will be able to share their ideas and reviews on the shared documents and can make changes instantly.
Notably, this feature is currently only available for the recently launched Galaxy S23 Ultra, however, the Korean tech giant has not yet revealed any further information about the wider availability of this feature. But we can hope that, the company will rollout this feature to the Spen-connected devices such as Galaxy Z Fold 4 and Galaxy S22 Ultra in the future.