Google Docs, Sheets, and Slides are getting notable updates today with a handful of new features specifically created to improve the experience for both enterprise and education G Suite users. There's also an option to select "Only show named versions".
Previously, suggesting a change to a team document could only be done from the desktop, but now these suggestions can be also submitted from Android or iOS device.
The new tools feature heavily on version control and tracking changes in Docs, Slides and Sheets.More news: North Korea delays Guam strike plan amid global calls for peace
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Google is focusing on faster collaboration in its latest version of Google Docs, Sheets, and Slides.
Users will now be able to streamline multiple rounds of edits within the same Doc, cutting through the clutter that inevitably piles up on shared pages.
Preview "clean versions" of Docs to see what your Doc looks like without comments or suggested edits (Tools = Review suggested edits = Preview accept all OR Preview reject all). "These templates allow you to customize and deploy tools specific to your organization's workflows", the post said.
Suggest changes in a Doc even on a mobile device. Lastly, with regards to version control, you can use the Litera Change-Pro and Workshare addons to compare documents and review relines instantly. Most of these updates focus around collaboration, but the service is also getting support for Google Cloud Search and the company is adding new templates and add-ons from partners like LegalZoom, DocuSign, LucidChart and others. Google provided five examples of the customizable templates in the application gallery. Organizations will also be able to create their own personalized templates with add-ons for internal tasks. Anyone with a basic G Suite ($5 per month) can access most of these features right away, while some will be available only to G Suite Business ($10 per month) and Enterprise ($25 per month) customers. Finally, Google is bringing an enhanced Cloud Search experience to G Suite to let users find the exact document they are looking for across Gmail, Drive, Calendar, and other G Suite applications.