Google Docs, Sheets, and Slides can now support Microsoft Office documents for editing as well as viewing. It's only got G Suite users for now, but the feature will roll out to other Google users in the near future.
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Google Docs is reportedly being used by teens as a secret communications app. Instead of passing notes, students are now using the software's live chat function or comment boxes to talk with their friends while in the middle of classes.
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United Nations documents were left vulnerable to unauthorized users by staffers who left Trello boards and Google Docs unprotected and accessible to anyone who had their unique URLs.
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Google Docs is getting another artificial-powered grammar checking tool to help improve your writing. Grammarly announced that it is bringing its service as a Chrome browser extension, competing against Google's native tool.
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Google hopes to help fix your poor grammar in Google Docs by using artificial intelligence and a language translation approach. Google's grammar suggestions offer a proper English translation whenever it catches a mistake.
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A large number of users have reported a Google Docs glitch that is flagging files as violating Terms of Service. The glitch has brought up concerns about how private your online documents really are.
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