How should be use "update":

I'll update you?
Keep me update or updated?

I'm not English and the system is considering me as it.

  • Suggestion: use google search with double quotation mark. - "keep me updated" – Cardinal Aug 21 '15 at 20:51

If you are saying I will let you know if anything happens, then you would say I will update you, so you are correct here.

If you are saying Let me know if anything happens, you would say Keep me updated

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  • This answer hits the nail on the head. One additional way to use the word would be "Give me an update." Update can be a confusing word because it can be used as a noun or a verb. – J.R. Aug 21 '15 at 20:55


I'll update you.


Keep me updated.

are acceptable. "Update" is a transitive verb, you use it with an object: update something or update somebody. 'Updated' is a past participle that can be used where you can use an adjective.

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