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Text Annotations in Office Lens
Today we are pleased to announce an exciting new feature for your most loved scanner app - Office Lens.
On Office Lens for Android, you are now able to annotate photos with text of different styles and colors.
Want to add text highlight to a part of the document which needs attention? Want to add watermark of your brand text on the photo before sharing it? Want to add a caption that stays intact with the image wherever it goes and communicates your idea to your colleague? Tap on the ‘T’ icon and easily add text while on the go and in the moment – pick the style you prefer, and the color of your choice and you are good to go!
In Android and iOS, we also have larger and improved previews of your scans in My Files. You can quickly find your scans by visually searching through them allowing for an easy recall experience.
To get the latest Office Lens features, update your app now on Google Play or Do comment below and let us know how you would use these features in your daily lives.
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