Google has launched some new features for Google Lens and one of these allows you to digitize handwritten documents and then copy the text onto your computer.
Google Lens has previously been able to digitize handwritten documents to mobile. Now it will be possible to paste what Google Lens digitized directly on a computer that is logged into the same Google account as the mobile phone. You see an example of how it looks in the picture below.
Below you can check out another feature that Google launched to Google Lens this week. With it you can select text in Google Lens which is then read directly on your mobile. It might be a feature that is interesting if, for example, you want to hear how a word is pronounced.