9to5Google has reported that Google is now adding the “Help me write” tool to the Chrome web browser. As per the report, the feature will become available on the desktop version of the web browser which includes Mac, Windows and Linux operating systems.
For those unaware, the “Help me write” tool is already available in Gmail, Google Docs, Keep, Google Messages, etc.
What’s the “Help me write” feature?
Help me write is Googl’s most common implementation of AI within its apps and services. The feature allows users to type better, faster and more efficiently. It tasks a small draft of a question or command from users and generates content based on that prompt.
“Help me write” Chrome implementation
In Chrome, the feature has been implemented at the autofill popup when users try to enter text online. The tool can also be accessed by right-clicking on the webpage. The implementation also uses the context of the website and use that to write the content based on the prompt asked by the users.
It can be used to generate a summary of content, write a review for a place and so on.
The report also mentions that Google may have made some changes and tweaks to the tool to optimise it better for Chrome usage compared to Docs, Gmail and Messages implementation. Users get the option to Shorten or Elaborate the text. Along with this, users also have the option to choose better Casual or Formal.
How to enable “Help me write” in Chrome
“Help me write” tool hasn’t been rolled out yet in the stable release. However, it is available via chrome://flag. However, an additional build flag is needed to enable it.