Google Docs adds a many new editing features
The other big changes are about version history. You can now name versions of files. So you could have a “draft one,” then Google will autosave heaps of times as you make changes, and after that you could name “draft two” if you eventually get through all your edits. You will also have the ability to tell Google to show termed iterations, which should make things easier to find when looking back through old versions.Google Docs adds a many new editing features
New features today include improved search results for G Suite users, and built-in templates that integrate such as DocuSign when looking through items they have stored across lots of Google’s apps.
On the side, we’ve got the capacity to add ideas to a document from a phone or tablet. Until now, the suggestion mode has only been available if you’ve ever wished to make edits on the background, which has been annoying. Now you can enter into that manner by going to the “…” menu in any of the three productivity programs. Google is also adding the ability to accept or reject all changes at once.
Google is updating Slides, Sheets, and Docs today with many others that are smart developments, and a bunch of handy editing features — some of which can be overdue.Google Docs adds a many new editing features
Google is also adding the ability to look at a “clean” version of any file, with no editing marks on it. In the Tools menu, you’ll be able to select to preview the file as it would look with all edits either accepted or rejected, which should make for a reading experience for someone looking for your first time through it.