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Check out the new Material You interface for Google Docs, Sheets, and Slides

Check out the new Material You interface for Google Docs, Sheets, and Slides

As the release of Android 12 creeps closer, Google is spreading out its new Material You design language to all the corners of its software kingdom. As of this weekend, that includes the Android version of Google Docs, and its associated Sheets and Slides tools. We're seeing the staggered rollout come in from multiple sources and tipsters.

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Material You is arriving to fancy up Google Calendar, Drive, and Meet real soon

Material You is arriving to fancy up Google Calendar, Drive, and Meet real soon

Pixel owners who've hopped on the Android 12 beta, be aware: the Material You look, with its short-radius curvy shapes, invasion of the Google Sans typeface, and complementary colorsets in muted pastels, is coming to a load of Google Workspace apps in the next several weeks.

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Google Docs, Sheets, and Slides now supports embedding Office files in other Office documents

Google Docs, Sheets, and Slides now supports embedding Office files in other Office documents

Just because you've made the switch to using Google's productivity apps doesn't mean everyone else has. If your school insists on using Office instead, it can be tough to keep all of your files managed in Drive, even with its built-in support for Microsoft's suite. A new update to Docs, Sheets, and Slides makes it much easier to link and view all of your existing documents.

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Google Sheets can now auto-suggest the formulas you always forget

Google Sheets can now auto-suggest the formulas you always forget

Spreadsheets: you build them up with data points, make the rules by dropping down formulae, then watch them not make sense when an exception occurs. We can't help you with that, but maybe Google Sheets can make the interminable process more tolerable with its new context-aware formula suggestions.

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Let Google finish your sentences when commenting on Slides and Sheets

Let Google finish your sentences when commenting on Slides and Sheets

Smart Compose is pretty wild. The feature routinely manages to accurately predict words when writing in Docs or Gmail, and now, the predictive algorithm is making its way into your comments on Sheets, Slides, and Drawings.

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Wrangling tabs in Google Sheets will soon be a lot less frustrating

Wrangling tabs in Google Sheets will soon be a lot less frustrating

Here's a nice (if not overdue) quality-of-life update if you're head-first into Google Sheets: you'll be able to commit actions on multiple tabs of a spreadsheet.

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Google Sheets hits 1 billion installs on the Play Store, just in time for you to balance your budget

Google Sheets hits 1 billion installs on the Play Store, just in time for you to balance your budget

Love them or hate them, spreadsheets are a necessary part of modern life. From keeping track of monthly expenses to making to-do lists, apps like Google Sheets make it easy to organize all of your data into a simple document. More than two years after hitting 500 million installs on the Play Store, Sheets is now the newest app to become a member of the 1 billion club.

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Google Sheets is making it even easier to collaborate

Google Sheets is making it even easier to collaborate

Google's office suite is among the best when it comes to collaboration, but there are always things that can be improved. As such, Google Sheets is in for a new commenting and discussion interface that lives in a sidebar of its own, complete with filters and search tools.

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Google Workspaces gets a ton of new features and a Meet power-up

Google Workspaces gets a ton of new features and a Meet power-up

At Google I/O 2021, the company announced improvements to its Google Workspace product with ambitions to tighten up its competitiveness against other collaborative productivity solutions.

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Google Sheet's latest visual tweaks are the closest spreadsheets can probably get to being sexy

Google Sheet's latest visual tweaks are the closest spreadsheets can probably get to being sexy

Although it might not be as powerful as Excel, Google Sheets has proven itself a capable spreadsheet tool since its launch. Whether you're putting together an expense chart or just trying to balance your monthly budget, it's a great free alternative to Microsoft's legacy data software. With Google's latest update to Sheets, users can find new options for customizing their charts with all-new designs.

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