If you’re collaborating on a Google Doc, there are times you might want to jump on a phone call to discuss the content. You can easily create (and even record) free conference calls inside Docs.
2016 was an exciting year for G Suite. Whether it was improving existing features with machine intelligence or rolling out new products entirely, there were lots of updates that are helping us work faster and more efficiently now. Here’s a roundup of our favorite updates from 2016.
One of the best ways to speed up your productivity is to use keyboard shortcuts. Here are ten useful shortcuts for common tasks in Google Docs.
We’ve all seen the differences between Google Docs that were clearly slapped together and those that look polished and professional. Here are three tips make sure your Docs fall into …
Writing. It ain’t easy. To help, we’ve rounded up eight of our favorite tips and tricks in G Suite that can help make it a little easier. These tools can help with gathering research, identifying themes, finding the perfect word, fixing your grammar and spelling, and more.
If you write a lot of research reports in Google Docs and need to cite online sources often, you’ll love this new feature that Google just rolled out for Docs. Now you can insert citations as footnotes with the click of a button.
Goodbye, wonky formatting. Hello, beautiful emails. Here’s how you can design emails in Google Docs and then convert them to Gmail drafts with one click–all without losing any formatting.
You might have known that you can use your voice to type in Google Docs, but now there are some new and improved features. You can now specify text color, highlight text, add links, insert comments, and switch to a column layout–just by using your voice.
Be prepared to take your productivity to the next level. Google’s recent integration with Slack means that now you can share and create Drive files directly in Slack.
Gone are the days of having to use creative workarounds to create columns in Google Docs. Luckily, Google recently released a built-in column feature in Docs, making the process so much easier.