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Google Docs, Sheets, And Slides Get Update With Easier Editing Of Document Titles, Better Commenting UI In Office Compatibility Mode, Tweak To Slide Layout Editing

In a series of upcoming updates to Google's Docs, Sheets, and Slides apps, users will be able to have easier access to one of the most basic editing capabilities: changing the file name. Whereas before you would only change the document's title by saving, it's accessible via hamburger menu now.

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Left: old menu, middle and right: new menu and rename dialog

Slide the menu in from the right, tap on the area that says "TestDoc.docx" or whatever you're working with, and you'll see the dialog box on the far right that allows you to edit.

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[Weekend Poll & Discussion] Do You Use Google Drive? For What? Do You Like It?

Google Drive is becoming quite a big product. With Google Photos now being a thing (and deeply integrated with Drive), the subjugation of Docs, Sheets, and Slides under the Drive banner, and continued and increasingly powerful integration with apps and services on Android, the once fairly simple cloud storage locker is now quite a flexible product.

So, we're curious: do you actually use it? For what, exactly? Do you like Drive?

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Google Docs, Sheets, And Slides Can Now Import TIFF And CMYK-Formatted Images

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Google Docs And Slides Now Let You Insert Images, While Sheets And Drive Get Other Improvements [APK Download]

There's a lot to cover on Update Wednesdays, so sometimes things slip onto Thursdays. Some of you have already played around with these files, but here's an overview of what has changed.

What's New?

Google Docs and Slides now let you insert images directly into your reports and presentations. You can import photos from your gallery or snap one on the spot.

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Docs v1.4.152, Sheets v1.4.152, And Slides v1.2.152 Give Document Owners The Option To Accept, Reject, And Comment On Changes From Their Android Devices [APK Download]

Do you get a lot of work done using Google Docs, Sheets, or Slides from your smartphone? Probably not, but it's pretty easy to keep tabs on other people being productive using those three apps. That's the idea behind one of the latest changes to hit Google's office suite.

What's New?

In the latest version of Docs, Sheets, and Slides, you now have the option to approve or reject changes that other people make to your documents.

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Google Docs, Sheets, And Slides Updates Make Documents Easier To Review [APK Download]

There's a decent chance that when you're accessing a document from a smartphone, you're not actually trying to make edits. You just want to take a look at what's there. So the latest update to Google Docs, Sheets, and Slides improves precisely this experience.

What's New

Now when you click on a document and start scrolling down, the app goes full-screen (minus the dimmed notification bar) and the toolbars disappear.

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Google Docs Now Converts Tracked Changes In Word Files To Suggested Edits

Google added it's own version of Microsoft's "track changes" feature a few weeks back as part of its big I/O revamp of Drive. Starting today, Google Docs can import the tracked changes from a .docx file and load them up as Suggested Edits.

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[He's Dead, Jim] QuickOffice Will Be Removed From The Play Store After Its Features Are Implemented In Google Drive

So long, QuickOffice, we barely knew you. Well, that's not true - the app has been around for years, long before Android itself, and before Google acquired the company last year it was considered one of the better options for those who needed Microsoft Office-style editing on the go. But now that Google is integrating the main features from QuickOffice into Google Drive/Docs, most notably the ability to edit Microsoft Office files, there's no reason to keep it around.

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Google Drive Docs, Slides, And Sheets Web Apps Can Now Delete Files Without Leaving The Editor

Google Drive/Google Docs isn't the best online office suite in the world, at least in my experience, but it is a pretty great way to get a competent and instant editor for quick tasks. The only problem is that this tends to leave you with dozens of semi-finished items in your Drive, a bunch of quick paragraphs and hastily-formatted emails that need to be deleted one-by-one in the list view. Today Google Drive has solved this minor annoyance, if only on the web.

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[App Roundup] Our Top Seven Picks For The Best New Apps Of April 2014

April was a big month for Android apps, especially if you like yours to come directly from Google. We've also got admirable entries from big web names like Dropbox and IFTTT, as well as surprising applications from smaller developers. This is the cream of the crop of Android apps for last month, plus a few honorable mentions, in no particular order.

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Google Camera

Good grief, Google, you guys took your sweet time with this one.

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