Google Workspace users can now enable a feature in Docs that will let them write in basic Markdown syntax instead of using keyboard shortcuts.
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Google said this week that it is bringing native Microsoft Office editing capabilities to the mobile versions of its productivity apps.
Grammarly announced a major expansion of its add-in for Google Docs that adds a new sidebar and goal-setting panel, plus support for Grammarly Premium features.
One of the problems with G Suite is that users miss out on many features that consumer Google account holders get.
Most Chromebook users will probably embrace Google products and services, and there are advantages to doing so.
Google Docs now lets you compare differences in two documents.
Google's new and advanced AI-powered grammar checker is coming to all Google Docs users on G Suite.
Grammarly announced today that it is beta-testing support for Google Docs in its Chrome extension.
Google doubles down on productivity with new AI features for G Suite apps.
As part of its continued push to improve interoperability between Microsoft Office and G Suite products, Google is rolling out a major new feature for Google Drive.
Hackers have launched a sophisticated phishing attack against users of Google's Gmail service. So be on the lookout for an invite to share a Google Docs document.
Following in the footsteps of Microsoft, Google is bringing extensibility functionality to the Android versions of its Docs and Sheets apps. But Google's Docs and Sheets add-ons aren't as sophisticated as what Microsoft provides, and they aren't cross-platform.
With Windows 10 Mobile now shipping, it's time we revisit a long-standing issue with Windows phones: Is it possible to access Google services from Microsoft's mobile platform?