Google Messages Google’s native Android SMS, MMS, and RCS messaging app is getting two new useful features in India. The first is enables automatic sorting of messages in different categories and the second one to enables auto-deletion of one-time passwords (OTPs).
The sorting feature uses machine learning technology to automatically sort your messages into categories, including personal, transactions, OTPs, and offers to help you easily find the messages that matter most when you need it.
Also includes the feature that the user wants then OTPs will also be automatically delete after 24 hours.
Google announce the rollout of these two new features for Google Messages users in India.
This features rollout over the coming weeks in English on Android phones in India running Android 8 and above.
Both feature and the categories feature are optional and can be will find on or off in Settings.
Users will need to update to the latest version of Google Messages to see the changes and also be running Android 8 or newer versions.
If the categories feature is turn on then SMS messages on Google Messages will be categorise into different sections which is base on their usage.
Foe example bank transactions and bills will be filter into the transactions tab and conversations with save numbers will be put into the personal tab.
As per Google the categorisation happens safely on the device of the user so conversations stay in the app and can be accesses offline as well.
Google is providing the option to automatically delete OTPs 24-hours after they’re receive.
So users don’t have to spend time deleting them manually.
This feature will help users keep their messages mess up free and clear out unwanted messages easily.
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