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Google 'updates' Docs, Sheets, and Slides app icons by placing them on big white plates

Google 'updates' Docs, Sheets, and Slides app icons by placing them on big white plates

When Google announced G Suite successor Workspace, it also took the opportunity to update the icons of its productivity apps, both for consumers and businesses. The new designs are slowly rolling out and have already reached Gmail, Drive, Meet, and Chat on many people's phones and computers. The latest design updates to hit Android phones are the Docs, Sheets, and Slides icons, and boy, they're a regression.

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New Google Sheets Smart Fill feature aims to make your spreadsheets less tedious to fill out

New Google Sheets Smart Fill feature aims to make your spreadsheets less tedious to fill out

Nobody likes making spreadsheets, so Google is introducing Smart Fill for Google Sheets to help ease the pain. It basically checks previous columns for patterns, offering options to autofill the entirety of the next column based on what it thinks you'll want.

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Microsoft Office file editing coming soon to Google Docs, Sheets, and Slides apps

Microsoft Office file editing coming soon to Google Docs, Sheets, and Slides apps

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The Google Docs comment UI will soon be getting a major overhaul, new features

The Google Docs comment UI will soon be getting a major overhaul, new features

If your office trades around documents and presentations for peer review, your colleagues are bound to annotate a whole bunch of comments. For G Suite team members on Google Docs, Sheets, and Slides, making and addressing those comments may become just a bit easier with a new interface on Android.

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Google Docs tries to save you from editing important work papers with your (embarrassing) personal account

Google Docs tries to save you from editing important work papers with your (embarrassing) personal account

It's not uncommon to have more than one Google account between home, work, and your alt catfishing accounts. You don't want to modify or comment on documents with the wrong persona, so Google is rolling out a new "account awareness" feature to help you figure it out at a glance.

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Google Docs now offers document approval requests and reviews in beta

Google Docs now offers document approval requests and reviews in beta

In business environments, it's pretty common for employees to have to get a higher-up's approval on documents. Google Drive never offered a legitimate way to keep track of who's approved what, but that's changing starting today. G Suite users can now join a beta that will allow them to request and review Docs, Sheets, and Slides approvals.

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Google Sheets can soon remove duplicates and trim white space, receives new keyboard shortcuts

Google Sheets can soon remove duplicates and trim white space, receives new keyboard shortcuts

The Google Drive suite has been a capable competitor to Microsoft's Office apps for a long time. It offers a complete package right inside the browser and can serve as a prime example of how far web technologies have come. Now, Google has announced new features for Sheets, which is now capable of removing duplicate data and trimming white spaces. The web app also receives some new keyboard shortcuts that you might know from other spreadsheets.

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Google Sheets hits 500 million installs on the Play Store

Google Sheets hits 500 million installs on the Play Store

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G Suite updates: Embeddable Google Drawings in Docs and more colorful graphs in Sheets

G Suite updates: Embeddable Google Drawings in Docs and more colorful graphs in Sheets

In an announcement that would have seemed at home in the year 1990, Google has announced that you can make a design element in your Sheets chart a unique color. For instance, in a bar graph where all the bars are blue, you can make one red (see above). Before you rush to your personal computing machine to try out that innovative new feature, though, note that there's another G Suite update coming as well. You can now embed a Google Drawings file into a Doc, and easily update the content of the linked drawing if and/or when it changes.

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Latest Drive beta lets you share docs with non-Google account holders

Latest Drive beta lets you share docs with non-Google account holders

Easy collaboration is a key strength of Google Drive, allowing multiple users to view, comment on, and suggests edits to documents. Until now, it's only been possible to share a Doc, Sheet, or Slide with someone who has a Google account. A new Drive beta feature is going to change that.

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