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Hello Chromebook Community,
You should soon see an update on your device for Chrome OS 77! As part of this new release, here’s a list of new features and changes you’ll notice when you update to this new version of Chrome.
Manage your Media
Have you ever struggled to figure out which tab or application is playing audio on your Chromebook? Now there are new media notifications to help you. Click the bottom right corner of your screen to see controls for audio playing on your device and manage them in one convenient place.
Add bonus time with Family Link
Family Link helps you create healthy digital ground rules for children and teens. It’s now easier for parents to add bonus time within the Family Link app when screen time is almost over - without changing the daily limit or bedtime schedule.
Navigate easily with Automatic Clicks
You can now scroll with Automatic Clicks. This feature and more are available in your Accessibility settings.
Use Google Assistant on your Chromebook
You can set up Google Assistant on most Chromebooks. Say “Hey Google” or click the Assistant logo from the Launcher to ask a question, set a reminder, play music, control smart home devices, and more.
You can also view a list of bugs that were fixed here, and you can find more information on switching to beta or developer versions of Chrome OS here.
As always, please share any feedback you have by using the instructions here, and if you encounter any bugs or issues, please feel free to create a new thread on this forum!
Friendly Reminder: This update will be progressively rolling out over the coming days. Your device may not immediately be eligible for this update.
Alisha on behalf of the Chrome OS team
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