Google's Call Screen feature launched with Pixel 3 is a rather useful feature, but it lacked some polish at launch.…
Google’s Call Screen feature launched with Pixel 3 is a rather useful feature, but it lacked some polish at launch. A promised extension was Call Screen transcript and only a couple of weeks after promising its extension, the function rolls out.
As noted by some Reddit users this week, Google begins rolling out Call Screen prints to Pixel owners. It’s unclear exactly how much the function rolls out, but I’ve already got it on my device. So far, it seems quite hit or miss for most.
The function here is very self explanatory because it saves what the caller says to the assistant and vice versa. There is no quick shortcut to access the transcript when the call ends, but it is not that difficult to access it.
To access Call Screen prints on your Pixel, you will need to sharpen an incoming call first. After the call ends, Google automatically saves the details of the call to your call log. To check it, go to your Recent Call press a call and select Call Details . From there, a note should read See Transcript . Tap it will reveal the transcript of that conversation.
While the conversation from this call is displayed, this feature also allows users to send feedback about the call screen. A simple dialog at the top of the screen allows you to rate the quality of the transcript with the thumb up or thumb down.
There is no word yet so much how much this rolls out, but if you have a Pixel with call screen, give it a shot and let us know in the comments whether it’s live for you.
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