Google Docs Gets Even Better

As many of our readers might know, we are big Google fans and love Google Docs, which lets you collaborate on documents with colleagues from around the world. It's a very powerful, user-friendly tool. As with all things Google, the interface is simple and clean, and yes, it is free. We thought Google Docs was quite impressive before, but the company just released a new version with many upgrades. Our favorite is the sidebar chat, which lets you chat with collaborators in real time as you are working on a document. In addition, Google Docs now shows you character-by-character changes as they are being made without the need to refresh the page. The folks at Google have put together a short video explaining all the powerful updates. Get started with Google docs here.


1 comments:

Oleg Kuzin on April 23, 2010 at 6:44 AM said...

Pleasantly surprised by your post on Google Docs. I have recently joined the users and am very curious to see how my customers will react. It may be a good idea if you could keep your readers appraised of your successes with this new tool. I have bookmarked your blog and will be checking it often.

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