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Google Keep and Google Slides for Android are both getting updated today, bringing a few handy features to the productivity applications.

First up is Keep, which will now let you easily export notes directly to Google Docs with just a few taps. To do so, all you need to do is press the overflow menu at the top of the note you’d like to export, select “Copy to Google Doc”, and that’s about it. As you can see from the screenshot below, you’ll be able to open the Doc right away by tapping the open button on the bottom of the screen.

You won’t be able to choose where this document is saved in Docs, so keep that in mind if you go searching for a document at a later date.

Google Slides is also getting a pretty interesting update today, now giving you the ability to easily present from any Android phone or tablet to a Hangouts video call. From your Slides application, all you need to do is tap the present button and you’ll then see the option to present to a video call. Meetings that are already scheduled in your calendar will be listed automatically, allowing you to start presenting right away.

Before you start your meeting, you’ll be able to see who is on the call at that moment. Once you’re ready, you can use your device to advance slides, view speaker notes and use a built-in timer.

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These handy updates are now rolling out in the Google Play Store, so head to the links below to grab the latest versions.