Gboard Stickers: Gboard May Soon Be Able To Convert Text To Stickers


Gboard – Google The keyboard is a popular choice among users. In addition to basic features such as spell checking, next-word prediction, and glide/swipe input, Google’s on-screen keyboard has GIFs, stickers, etc. Emoji support. According to Android Police reports, a new feature called the ability to convert text to stickers has been added.
For example, if the user types “See you again” and then the heart emoji, Sticker On the suggested strip. Tap it to open a side-scrolling tab with various sticker options for inserting into your message.



On the operational side, this new feature is similar to the Emoji Kitchen, where users can combine two or more emojis to create new emojis. New text-based stickers are currently available in beta Gboard.
According to the report, Gboard shows suggestions for most phrases, but not all yet. Also, the only way to access these text-based stickers is to use Gboard’s suggested strips. When you browse the full emoji picker, you won’t see any text-based stickers.

Meanwhile, Google is rolling out new space features in Google Chat. These include features such as Space Manager, Space Guidelines, and Space Description settings. The Space Manager role gives certain users more control over space management. You can also add descriptions to Spaces and define guidelines that establish rules and expectations for members to create a safer community experience.



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