In line with 9to5Google, Google is engaged on a local Chrome OS app for printing and scanning paperwork. From the report: Whereas there are various methods to begin printing on Chrome OS, there is not any actual solution to see what you have presently bought queued to print, when not utilizing Cloud Print [which is shutting down at the end of the year]. That is significantly irritating should you’ve unintentionally printed a protracted doc as there is not any solution to cancel. […] Late final month, work started on a brand new “Print Administration app,” beginning with a Chrome OS particular flag in chrome://flags. Print Administration continues to be within the early phases of growth however we all know that, like many Chrome OS apps, it will be a web-based System Internet App (SWA), which you’ll launch from the printers part of the primary Settings app. Inside, you will see a listing of your current printing makes an attempt, together with helpful data just like the job’s title, what time it began, whether or not it succeeded, and which printer it was despatched to.
After which, in fact, on the flip facet of working with paper paperwork is scanning, which is certainly not straightforward to do on Chrome OS. Fortunately, Print Administration can even embrace a UI for scanning paperwork and photographs. The Chromium workforce is already engaged on this behind one more flag.
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