Do you also have problems in solving the problems related to Maths? If so, now you can take help of Google Lens. Google has added homework filter to its Google lens. In this new mode, students will have to focus on the phone’s camera questions. After that, the solution to that question will be found. This facility will help students around the world to complete their homework, who are unable to go to school due to COVID-19 epidemic. Let us know how to use this feature of Google Lens, how questions related to Maths can be solved.
Google has added homework filter to its Google lens. In this new mode, students will have to focus on the phone’s camera questions. After that, the solution to that question will be found.
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How to use Google Lens homework filter feature
- If using an Android phone, first open the press on the Home button, Google Assistant (Google Assistant), here you will get the option of Google Lens. Tap on it. Here, you can also search Google lens directly on your phone. If you have a Pixel smartphone or Android One phone, then Google Lens is built in your camera app. You can also access it from there, or you can download the latest version from Google play store.
- After accessing Google Lens, you have to give permission to access the Camera app.
- When the camera viewfinder opens, select the Homework filter in the bottom bar of the menu.
- Now point the camera on the math questions. Google Lens recognizes the questions (highlights), then you tap on the equation button; the lens will solve your questions.
Let us tell you that Google Lens can easily detect digital or handheld items. If the questions related to Maths are simple, then it tells you about the solution with steps related to solving that question, but if the question is difficult, it shows you the web results related to other services. Currently, Google has released this feature for American users, and soon it is expected to be released for users of other countries as well.