‘Dual pane’ view for Android tablets and foldables is being rolled out by Google.

A “dual pane” view on Android tablets and foldables is the latest in a steady stream of new Google Keep capabilities.

This “dual pane” display lets you Notes should be kept on the left side of the screen, and content should be edited on the right. You get two columns, just like on phones, if the left is set to the multi-column view, but the single column should be more effective.

Alternatively, you receive your message (or list, image, etc.). Google Keep used to open information in the middle of the screen while leaving the column(s) visible in the background. Although it could be a little distracting, it was a decent strategy. With the new layout, multitasking is truly possible.

The “dual pane is available if your device screen is >840 dp and you utilize the Google Keep app in landscape orientation,” according to Google in an