The collaborative abilities of Google's office products keep getting more robust.
Today, we're updating comments in Google Docs to facilitate rapid and seamless discussions and integrate with email in an intuitive way. Since there are a number of significant improvements, this update is only available for newly created documents for now.
Think of it as annotations on steroids. As per usual, Google has a video that explains the new functionality much better than I can.
It sure beats passing around documents in email.
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Devices running Android and iOS can now edit spreadsheets and documents on the go, in real time.
Google (GOOG) announced today that mobile device users would be able to edit their Google Docs in real time. The technology is built on the new documents editor that was introduced in April.
Google gives some interesting use cases:
You can work on that important memo ... while on the bus or train to work.
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