16 Interesting facts about Google Docs

  • Google Docs is a word processing programme.

  • It is featured as part of Google's free web-based software office suite.

  • It is part of the Google Drive service.

  • Google Sheets and Google Slides are also included in this service.

  • Google Docs is a web-based application.

  • Users may use the programme to create and modify files online while interacting with other users in real time.

  • Edits are logged by the user, and a revision history displays changes.


  • The position of an editor is indicated with an editor-specific colour and cursor.

  • "Action items," which allow users to delegate tasks to other people.

  • Google Docs evolved from two distinct products.

  • Google re-branded its Drive offerings in October 2012, and Google Documents became Google Docs.



  • Google offered grammatical recommendations in Docs in February 2019.

  • Google Docs and the other applications in the Google Drive suite function as a collaborative tool for real-time document editing.

  • Multiple users can share, open, and edit documents at the same time.

  • Users may view character-by-character changes while other contributors make adjustments.

  • Changes are stored to Google's servers automatically.

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