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Google is reportedly working on a new assistant feature that allows you to save different contents in one place. As reported by 9to5Google, the "Memory" feature can save screen contents including links, objects, posters, handwritten notes, reminders, photos, videos, and much more. Additionally, the feature will show contextual suggestions based on the memory.

Google describes “Memory” as an “easy, quick way to save and find everything in one place.” You can easily access all your contents through the assistant or search it up with the help of the search bar. You can even organize them with the help of topic labels and add a Memory shortcut to your phone’s home screen for quick access.

You can access your memories in the Memory feed that’s accessible from the bottom navigation bar on the Assistant screen. According to the report, memories will be organized in reverse chronological order as cards. Special cards will be shown when you save Google Docs, Sheets, Slides, Drawing, Forms, Sites, Jamboard, and other Drive files.

Google is currently testing the new feature with its employees and is not available to the public. The launch is still undecided but the feature if launched can greatly enhance the assistant's capabilities as a whole.

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