24 Google Docs Hacks That Make Your Life Easier [Infographic]
If you’re a fan of collaborative editing, then these 24 Google Docs hacks are just what you need to streamline your workflow.
Twenty years ago, collaborating with people in real-time over the internet seemed unfathomable. Now we do it every day with the click of a button. Google Docs is a powerful tool that makes working with people both near and far a breeze, but do you know how to use it to its full capacity?
Google Docs has various interesting features that can immensely enhance your productivity level as a teacher and educator. However, most of these features are hidden and you need to dig deeper beyond the simple compose, comment and share trio most users are used to. Here is an infographic by GetVoip featuring a list of 24 Google Doc hacks and tips to help you tap into the full potential of this web application.
With these hacks you no longer have to manually go through a document and look for duplicates or change the capitalization structure letter by letter. Though these may just seem like minor details, they will make a major difference in productivity!
You can also download the Google Doc phone application to easily view documents when you’re on the go. If you’re worried about losing internet connection and have to do a last minute edit, you can set particular documents to be available offline. Just click the three dots next to the document’s title and choose “Available offline”. These documents are automatically put in an “Offline” folder.
Staying organized is the key to managing your workload and optimizing your time, and these easy, actionable tips are sure to help you do just that.
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