Android Q is ready for the test, and while the important features include the experience of deep touch in 3D touch and a new multi-tasking feature of "Bubbles", the small touches are being discovered by the developers little by little. Some users have discovered smart quick action contextual buttons in notifications, searches, and even text selections. Google has separately confirmed that the scrollable screen capture feature will not be natively integrated into Android. The company says that the function is simply "not feasible" to incorporate, which suggests that we should not expect to get to Android Q.
As we mentioned, it has been discovered that Android Q brings some contextual quick action buttons in various parts of the ecosystem. For example, notification shading is seen to enable Chrome buttons, in messages where a link is shared to open directly in the browser, and Twitter links have the button of the Twitter application to open the tweet. The Notification Assistant was first seen by the journalist Ron Amadeo and the developer Mishaal Rahman . This application seems to be in play, and it enables contextually appropriate buttons in Android Q notifications. It is believed to be an evolution of what Google introduced as App Actions when it revealed Android Pie.
Similarly, the Android Police detected Actions in Google Search, and if you search for the location of Maps in the search bar, the result will be accompanied by quick buttons to call that place or get directions there. Additional quick action buttons were also detected in the text selection, such as one that allows users to define a selected word. The intelligent selection of text in Android Q could also help to track the numbers of sending, and an informant also told the publication that he also saw the buttons for the translation of the voicemail. Most of these actions have not yet been enabled, so you may not detect them even if you are in the latest beta version of Android Q.
While a lot of new features will come with Android Q, the captures Scrolling screens will not be one. The company has dismissed this feature in the Problem Tracker as "Not viable". Scrolling screenshots have been available on many phones as a feature added by OEMs, but have not been natively incorporated into Android. And for the recent response, it does not seem that Google plans to add i and Android Q either. We can not be sure if the future release can see a change in the plan, but for now the technology giant is not working to bring it to native Android.