The latest Android System Intelligence update is making some Android 12 phones a little smarter: they’re starting to suggest who to share a screenshot withwith just a touch.
The novelty is integrated in the new overlaid interface that appears when taking a screenshot and in which, for example, the button for taking scrolling screenshots is displayed. come now a new button with the name of a contact recent, to send you the capture quickly.
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Sometimes you take screenshots for yourself and other times to share them with other people. In this second case, you have the option of opening the conversation in the app and attaching the file, or using the share button. In Android 12, a new method is now enabled: by contact suggestions.
This novelty takes the form of a button in the options bar that appears when taking a screenshot in Android 12. Until now, the buttons for Edit, Share and Capture more appeared in this bar , but with the latest Android System Intelligence update contact suggestions will begin to appear. Of course, when there are many buttons, it is necessary to use horizontal scrolling to access the suggestion.
Which contact should I send this screenshot to? Google will use Android System Intelligence “intelligence” to choose it, so similar to how suggestions appear when using the Android share menu and drinking chats, also new to Android 12. At first, these will likely be mostly the most recent chats you’ve interacted in.
In this suggestion, you’ll see the contact’s name, their profile picture, and a little overlay icon that tells you what app they belong to. Don’t worry, the button doesn’t send it without confirmation, but attach it to the message, but you have to send it.
Like most of these smart features, screenshot sharing suggestions are rolling out to Google Pixels first, though they could theoretically come to any Android 12 phone that retains screenshot functionality. of stock. The only requirement is to have Android S.25 system intelligencewhose update is already available on Google Play.
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