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1.) Shared Notes. Not being able to share notes makes Google Keep appear as an orphaned product from the overall Drive suite of collaboration tools. Plenty of use-cases have been shared within this discussion group that.
2.) Tighter platform integration. If a Keep note has a date/time reminder, it should tie into Google Calendar as well which should subsequently generate a Google Now reminder card. While I'm not utterly opposed to Google Keep generating its own notifications, I feel it would be a strong user experience to have them triggered from Google Now.
3.) Printing support.
4.) Note categorization. While I don't expect that Keep is intended to replace applications like MicroSoft's OneNote, it would be helpful to be able to add notes to categories with "tabs" (for visibility) to allow a separation of say "Work" and "Personal" notes.
5.) Stronger Audio transcription and the ability to pause dictation during the capture of a note.
I have more, but just wanted to toss out my top 5 and see if people agree.
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