Gemini Pro-powered NotebookLM now rolls out for US user, expands more features

Now supported by Gemini Pro.

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Key notes

  • Google expanded NotebookLM to more US users today,
  • A lot of new features are also being introduced.
  • The list includes increased source & character max cap.

Google has just announced today that it’s finally rolling out NotebookLM, its powerful note-taking app, to more US users. The best part? It is now powered by Gemini Pro, its “best model for scaling across a wide range of tasks” to date that’s also available on Bard.

Announced last summer, Google designed NotebookLM to help users organize their thoughts, access information from various sources, and transform their notes into structured documents. 

“NotebookLM is an example of a truly AI-native application, built from the ground up using the extraordinary capabilities of today’s technology,” says the tech giant in the official announcement. 

Four buttons with suggested actions to take on notes, like “summarize to note” and “suggest related ideas.”

The team over at Google has also expanded its features. Today, NotebookLM increased its source limit up to 20 and word count up to 200,000. It also has a new Noteboard space where users can easily pin quotes from conversations, excerpts from sources, or their own written notes. This feature makes it easier for users to organize and reference their notes.

Besides, NotebookLM can suggest relevant actions based on user activity, such as summarizing text, polishing prose, or suggesting related concepts from sources.

You can try NotebookLM on its official website here.