Notes, highlights from Google Play Books > synced to Drive
Highlights, notes, and bookmarks that you've made to books in Google Play can now be synced and saved to Google Drive.
Notes and highlight sync is on
Hi Wonderful Person,
You've turned on notes & highlights synchronization for your Play Books account. Whenever you highlight a passage, take a note, or bookmark a page, that information is synchronized to a Google Doc, with links back to relevant pages in your book.
For each book you annotate, a Google doc is created and saved in Google Drive > Play Books Notes. You can change the folder name at any time.
What you can do with your notes
Once your notes and highlights are in a Google doc, you can edit the document or share it with friends.
Keep in mind that the document will get overwritten when you make new annotations in the book, so you may want to make a copy for editing.
How to change settings
To turn notes & highlight syncing on or off, go to the Play Books app > Settings.
Questions? Visit the Play Books help center.
Thanks for using Google Play Books,
The Google Play Books team
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