If you're using the standard Samsung keyboard on a Galaxy or Gboard on an Android phone, here's a nice trick you should know.
When it comes to typing fractions, you usually have to type at least three characters: the top number (numerator), the slash, and then the bottom number (denominator). What if I told you you could reduce this to one keystroke?
The trick is to use a special number row to access the shortcuts for fractions. If your keyboard has one embedded in the default view, great. If not, just press the "123" button to switch to the numbers and symbols layout.
So press a number in the number row in either format for so long, then a pop-up will display the frequently used fractions corresponding to that number as a counter.
So if the highest number of the fraction you want to type is 1, hold down that key and drag your finger up to the fraction you are looking for and release. The keyboard will also automatically format the fraction for better clarity. So instead of "1 1/2 cup" you can enter "1½ cup".
This also works for formatting numbers in superscript. Just hold down the song and release to select the superscript version of the song, which is the first option by default. This is essential for those dealing with exponents and equations and the like.
This trick saves strokes from your typing game! So, the next time you type a recipe or otherwise deal with imperial units of measurement, keep this method in mind.
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