Internet Desk: Google is preparing to provide better services to its users. For this, it has brought a new feature on its maps. Using Maps, translate street names and other locations into 10 regional languages. Google says it makes it easy for users to find information about where they want to go in their own language. This feature is currently available in Hindi, Bengali, Marathi, Telugu, Tamil, Gujarati, Kannada, Malayalam, Punjabi, and Oriya. To do this, users can go to Settings in the Google Maps application and select the language of their choice.
Sibu Jani, a software engineer for Google Maps, said: “The names of places in India are written in English and sometimes in regional languages. However, when written in the mother tongue it is the same. There is a difference between the two when written in English and used in the vernacular. As a result, users sometimes do not receive accurate information. However, with this new feature, users will be able to access accurate information in their native language when using Maps Changes have already been made to the names of many featured places in regional languages.
Google has introduced another new feature in Google Docs. When working with a team in the office, a pop-up message appears in the documents to inform others if we are not available. For example, you are on vacation. When you type your name in the comment section to unknowingly assign the task to you, you will know that it is not available in the pop-up below. Currently, this feature is only available to a limited number of people. Google says on its blog that it will be fully available to everyone starting March 15 in select areas starting in March.
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