Technology moves faster than we can keep up with it and Google Docs is no exception. These new features in Google Docs recognize that HOW we work has changed to being more dynamic and collaborative. Embracing these new features will not only allow you to be more efficient but will literally change how you approach using Docs!
When students are using Google Docs you can use the Draftback Chrome extension to review their edits on the document like a movie. You can use this to view student progress or to detect plagiarism in Google Docs.
Feedback is communicating and this can be done in a variety of ways. Emojis are communication and can be used for feedback in a Google Doc. Check out how to give emoji feedback in a Google Doc
You want to restrict editing on PART of a Google Doc. This step by step guide will show you a hack for how to lock areas of a google doc.
If you use Google Docs you want to be sure to have the mobile version as well. Use google play app store install to get all your favorite Google Apps on your device.
Check out the new Extensions and Tools menu in Google Docs. New! Extensions Menu in Google Docs will allow you to code Google Docs with the Apps Script option.
How to Create Slides from Google Docs is pretty fun and easy! Check out these options to outline your presentation first in Docs and then send to Google Slides.
New feature in Google Docs is the ability to pin rows in a table. Why would you be pinning table rows in google docs? To bring more clarity to your printed documents.
Learn how to customize feedback from Google Forms and create a Google Docs report. Join Alice Keeler
How to turn a Google Doc into a Form. Use Document Outline by Alice Keeler Add-on to quickly turn your Google Docs into Forms, Slides, or Sheets.
By popular demand I have created a Google Docs poster for keyboard shortcuts similar to the Google Slides poster. Print out this poster for an easy reference to some helpful Google Docs tricks. Popular Keyboard Shortcuts The shortcuts I chose for this poster are the ones I use most often! I use Control Shift C…
New feature in Google Docs let’s you get at the features quickly!
Sort vocabulary words in Google Slides with this Free Add-on to take your list from Google Docs to individual text boxes in Google Slides.
Create a seating chart in Google Slides by importing your roster from a Google Doc. This free Add-on Seating Chart Slides by Schoolytics automates this.
10 steps to get started using Google Docs.