Android is getting regular updates with new features. For new users, a lot of things can make them confused. If they know how to use the Internet, then they can easily search for the solution. But if you don’t want to get into the detailed search, then Android has launched a new service on Twitter with a hashtag #AndroidHelp.
All of your Android-related queries will be resolved by Google through Twitter. Twitter becomes a popular platform for tech-people who can discuss things and can get their queries solved instantly. We can get solutions through Twitter DM, replies or by following the Hashtags.
If you are an Android user, then you can now ask your query or question related to the Android Operating System by using this hashtag. Android has officially announced its new service of providing help to its users through this Hashtag on Twitter with their official handle. The official tweet is embedded here, take a look!
— Android (@Android) January 27, 2020
With this hashtag, you can get quick help from Google’s experts on your Android-related queries. You can ask questions related to Android troubleshooting, security, accessibility, or authentication.
Google didn’t disclose much information about this new service. Twitter has a feature called DM i.e. Direct Message where users can ask their questions through Direct Message. To make things easier for the users, the company has decided to keep the help page open for all. The hashtag will also preview all the previous questions and queries of the users.
When you are confused about something, you can follow the hashtag and can find out your answer from the previous queries. Or you can compose a new tweet followed by the hashtag. You will likely to receive instant help from the tech expert within 24 hours.
At presently, the newly launched separate help desk of Android looks promising. But we can’t call it a success until we receive some feedback from the officials. Many popular smartphone manufacturers are already providing their services on Twitter to provide proper help to their users.
Now, Android is also coming up with the same strategy on Twitter with its #AndroidHelp hashtag.
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