Google Docs lets you create, share, and collaborate
on documents online. Instead of creating a document, sending it
as an attachment, receiving multiple revisions, and then having to merge edits,
with Google Docs, everyone works on the same version in real time. And Google
Docs just got better with rebuilt editers for documents, spreadsheets, and drawings
designed to improve collaboration and create speed and create richer documents.
Google documents have much better import fidelity, making it easier to move
your documents into the cloud. We’ve also added tabstops, a ruler to control margins
in a document and improved out images interact within documents. The comment
system makes it easy to add, reply, and move comments around in a document. And
collaboration now happens in real time. You can see what others are typing with
no need to refresh the page or wait, reducing confusion and saving you time.
We’ve also made some big improvements to Google spreadsheets. Now you
can edit a cell from the formula bar, use autofill, drag and drop columns,
and navigate easily between sheets. Significant speed and performance improvements
make spreadsheets load faster and scrolling, seamless. And as always, real-time
collaboration, chat, and cell presence work for many people at once.
We’ve also added a stand-alone editor for drawings to Google Docs. It’s easy to
make charts, diagrams, and other schematics. As with Google Docs and spreadsheets,
you can also chat while you collaborate on drawings. We hope these improvements to Google Docs
help you and your teams be more productive. So try them
out or to learn more, visit docs.google.com.