You might be familiar with the "auto-complete" text-messaging feature on your cell phone that people seem to either love or hate. That's essentially what Google Scribe is, though it's designed for your Web browser instead of your phone.
Essentially, it notes whatever you've already typed in your documents, and suggests related words or phrases to complete your typing. Created by Google Labs in 2010, it has since gone through several iterations. Google has introduced their new feature for Blogger called "Google Scribe". Google Scribe helps you write more efficiently by suggesting common words and phrases as you type.
Google Scribe supports Arabic, Dutch, English, French, German, Hungarian, Italian, Polish, Portuguese, Russian, Spanish and Swedish. The language is automatically detected using the text in the post. This is one great tool that you can make use of if you are fond of writing. The tendency sometimes is that we would like to make typing easier for us that is why we are finding ways to do this.
Learn about Google Scribe with this article and your typing will never be the same again. You should be fast sometimes and free from errors and let Google Scribe do this for you.
Enabling Google Scribe is easy. Simply click the pencil icon in the toolbar within the Post Editor.
After Google Scribe is turned on, suggestions will appear in gray as you type, and you can accept them by hitting the spacebar or by typing a punctuation mark, such as a comma, period or question mark.
If you would like to receive more than one suggestion at a time, select "Show Multiple Suggestions" from the drop-down menu next to the pencil icon. You will then be able to see several options in a drop-down menu as you type.
Keyboard shortcuts for Google Scribe. If you use a Mac, you can use the shortcuts below by replacing Ctrl with Command key (or 'Apple' key).
Ctrl-j to enable and disable Scribe.
Ctrl-Shift-j to select and deselect multiple suggestions.
ESC to temporarily remove a suggestion.
TAB to restore a suggestion.
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