Google Keep now allows you to convert a note, or a group of notes, to a single Google Doc.
As Rubén suggests in a comment to your question, the best way to go about printing a note (or notes) is to make a copy in Google Docs. Then, print it from there.
Copy to Google Doc
Open Google Doc
Print Google Doc
Here's how you do this with a group ...
I'm not sure about the Chrome Application, but you can access your "Keeps" directly by navigating to https://keep.google.com
From there find the note that contains your image...
Open the note
Click the image (to display just the image)
Right mouse and "Save image as..." (in Chrome)
This saved the original (8mp) image for me, not a reduced-for-web version ...
This seems to be relatively new behavior, but now when you "check" an item, it is segregated to the bottom of the note in a separate area marked "Checked".
Even better, if you click the down arrow next to "Checked", it'll "close" the whole section.
You can control this behavior of checked items (staying with the list or moving to the bottom) by opening the ...
Tested this a minute ago: 19,999 characters is the upper limit for text in each Google Keep note, not including the title or any images. additionally, 999 characters maximum are allowed in the title. I was able to upload 7 images totaling 3.0MB to the same note after the above text limits were reached. I assume more images can be attached to the same note, ...
I'm also a big fan of Google Keep and Markdown. Therefore, I released today a new extension for Chrome which adds markdown support to Keep. You're welcome to give it a try:
Mark It Down: Add markdown support to popular online services, like Google Keep.
You may use the Web version of Keep (https://keep.google.com) and copy/paste all items directly there and it will create a checkbox on each line you pasted.
It will sync automatically with the mobile app.
Nope, doesn't appear to be so. You should use the "feedback" feature to let them know that that's something you want.
The closest thing available is that you can filter by color. (Color used to be the only way to organize your notes.) If you're consistent about applying a color to items that you've also labeled, you can search for color of "None".
Here's how, but this only works for new lists -- it won't work nicely if you already have some items checked:
Open your list in Keep (web)
Go to overflow menu (3 vertical dots) and choose "Hide Checkboxes" -- your list is now converted into text
Copy text to any app that supports sorting (e.g. any spreadsheet app; some text editors support that too)
Assuming that you are using the web interface, you can simply use * to manually create bullets. Keep automatically remembers the indentation of the last bullet you created.
For example, to create the following list in Keep:
Open a new, regular note.
Type *, Space, Item 1 (this should create a new bullet from the *)...
The closest I can find is to use the "Label" function to apply labels to the items you want to see all of the time, and either label the work related items as "Work" or simply leave them unlabeled.
Then you can change your view to only see those notes that have the label you want. So, for instance, to only see your personal items on the weekend, select the "...
If you press Ctrl+A, it will select all of the individual notes with its own interface. On the top, the yellow horizontal bar will become dark grey. The rightmost button of the center grouping is three vertical dots. If you click that, there's an option to Copy to Google Doc. Click that and there's a little dialog box that will soon give you a link that says ...
The limit seems to be 50.
I created 49 labels, and after creating the 50th, I received a message telling me I had reached the limit.
You could find out how many labels you have, by using the browser developer console. In Chrome, you do that by pressing Ctrl+Alt+I, and run the following statement:
And keep all your personal Notes in one color, and select the other colors so that your personal items do not show up. I know this is really irritating, but google wants us to feel that way it seems :)
I don't have that much data but I do use Google Keep Chrome app & the Android app to keep track of my todos and also store some important stuff as well. It has worked great for me so far with no sync issues.
That being said, Google does have a history of killing products without much notice.
This is a well known issue of Google Keep (one, two, three, etc...).
The only thing we can do is to upvote these tickets and wait...
There is a couple of workarounds (one, two) but they are not very pretty(
That's fixed now!
At this time, the web app of Google Keep doesn't have a button to share notes somewhere else, but there is a one to copy the note to a new Google document. From there you could share the document using Google+, Twitter, Facebook, and to get the URL to share the document using other tools.
From Create Google Docs from Keep notes on the web - Keep Help
In Google Keep you can change the color of your notes. So, one idea could be to use a specific color for all notes you would like to move into a folder. Just as an example, you could use "green" for "friends" related notes, "yellow" for "meeting" related notes, and so on. In this way, at first sight, you would know what a note concerns. To change a note ...
Google Keep's maximum characters per document is about 20300. So depending on what you mean by a few pages, some of the bigger documents may have to be broken up, and that may be a deal killer.
My experience is that with my phone synced, it takes a minute to update my daily notes to Google Keep. Then I combine them to a Google Drive doc at the end of the ...
The latest version of Google Calendar Android app shows all your reminders from Google Now and Keep as well.
For your second question, you could create a checklist/tasklist on Keep and share it with your friends or family.
There's no function in Keep that I can see. The only option I can think of is:
Use the Copy to Google Doc option from the More menu at the bottom of
Open the Google Doc
Copy the items from the list
Make a new Google Spreadsheet,
Paste the copied items
Use the Sort function (Data > Sort)
Copy the results
Go back to Keep and make a new list
You can workaround Keep not having this feature if you're able to automate this workflow with an API like gkeepapi:
Loop through all notes that aren't archived:
If note has no labels, add label NO_LABEL
Or, if note has other labels, remove label NO_LABEL
Now you can see all notes "without labels" at https://keep.google.com/#label/NO_LABEL