Manage Bluetooth devices using Quick Settings after the March Pixel Feature Drop
Perhaps this doesn’t seem like a big deal, but if you record your screen and a notification pops up, you might want to redo the recording especially if the notification contains personal information. With the March Feature Drop, Pixel users will be able to choose between recording the entire screen or a specific app. Recording the former means that everything seen on the screen is recorded, including a notification. Recording a single app means that the only thing recorded is the content of that app and any notification will not appear. A similar option will be offered to those looking to mirror their screen to to any Chromecast-compatible display.
The next Pixel Feature Drop will allow you to make a screen recording of a single app
The update will also replace a full-screen page to give you a status report about the Camera and the Microphone on your Pixel, telling you which app is accessing either one. A button will allow you to close that app instantly. You’ll also be able to share your Wi-Fi connection with another user by opening Quick Settings, tapping the Internet button, and tapping on the “Share Wi-Fi” pill on the bottom left of the display. You’ll be sent to a page with a QR code after verifying your identity via fingerprint or facial recognition. When another phone scans the QR code, it will connect to your Wi-Fi service.
The March Feature Drop will also allow users to quickly see at a glance on the “Weather” lock screen any upcoming alarm and whether the Do Not Disturb feature in enabled.
The Weather lock screen will show you any upcoming alarm or whether Do Not Disturb is enabled
Circle March 4th on your calendar because that could be the date when the March Quarterly Pixel Drop is released. And Google has already released the first beta for the June Feature Drop (Android 14 QPR3 Beta 1).
Source: Phone Arena