Introducción a la aplicación Google Docs

Start Date: 01/24/2021

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Google Docs, Sheets and Slides Google Docs includes a web clipboard tool that allows users to copy and paste content between Google Docs, Sheets, Slides and Drawings. The web clipboard can also be used for copying and pasting content between different computers. Copied items are stored on Google's servers for up to 30 days. For most copying and pasting, Google Docs also supports keyboard shortcuts.
Google Docs, Sheets and Slides Google Docs originated from two separate products, Writely and Google Spreadsheets.
Google Docs, Sheets and Slides In July 2009, Google dropped the beta testing status from Google Docs.
Google Docs, Sheets and Slides In order to view and edit documents, spreadsheets and presentations offline on a computer, users need to be using the Google Chrome web browser. A Chrome extension, "Google Docs Offline", allows users to enable offline support for Docs, Sheets and Slides files on the Google Drive website.
Google Docs, Sheets and Slides In September 2007, Google released a presentation program for Google Docs, which originated from the company's acquisition of Tonic Systems on April 17, 2007.
Google Docs, Sheets and Slides In March 2014, Google introduced add-ons; new tools from third-party developers that add more features for Google Docs and Google Sheets.
Google Google Docs, Sheets and Slides are a web-based word processor, spreadsheet and presentation program, respectively, that form the Google Docs suite. Docs originated from a Silicon Valley startup that was acquired by Google in 2006. The suite was integrated into Google Drive when Drive launched in 2012.
Google Docs, Sheets and Slides Google Docs, Sheets and Slides are available as web applications for Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, Internet Explorer, Microsoft Edge, and Apple Safari web browsers.
Google Docs, Sheets and Slides In 2014, Google launched dedicated mobile apps for Google Docs, Sheets and Slides on the Android and iOS mobile operating systems.
Google Docs, Sheets and Slides In October 2016, Google announced "Action items" to Docs, Sheets, and Slides. If a user writes phrases such as "Ryan to follow up on the keynote script", the respective service will intelligently assign that action to "Ryan". Google states this will make it easier for other collaborators to see which person is responsible for what task. When a user visits Google Drive, Docs, Sheets or Slides, any files with tasks assigned to them will be highlighted with a badge.
Google Docs, Sheets and Slides In January 2010, Google Docs started allowing users to upload any file type up to 250 MB, with 1 GB of free space and paid storage available for $0.25 per GB per year. This cloud storage feature was eventually reworked when Google Drive was introduced in 2012. Google Drive now serves as the cloud storage service from Google, while Docs, Sheets and Slides serve as the office suite inside Google Drive.
Google Keep In February 2017, Google integrated Google Keep with Google Docs, providing access to notes while using Docs on the web.
Google Docs, Sheets and Slides Google Docs, Google Sheets and Google Slides are a word processor, a spreadsheet and a presentation program respectively, all part of a free, web-based software office suite offered by Google within its Google Drive service. The three apps are available as web applications, and as mobile apps for Android and iOS. The apps are compatible with Microsoft Office file formats. The suite also consists of Google Forms (survey software), Google Drawings (diagramming software) and Google Fusion Tables (database manager; experimental).
Google Docs, Sheets and Slides The Google Docs, Sheets, and Slides suite is free to use for individuals, but it is also available as part of the business-centered G Suite service by Google, which is a monthly subscription that enables additional business-focused functionality.
Google Docs, Sheets and Slides In June 2014, Google introduced "Suggested edits" in Google Docs; as part of the "commenting access" permission, participants can come up with suggestions for edits that the author can accept or reject, in contrary to full editing ability.
Google Docs, Sheets and Slides While Google Docs has been criticized for lacking the functionality of Microsoft Office, it has received praise for its simplicity, ease of collaboration and frequent product updates.
Google Docs, Sheets and Slides Google Cloud Connect was a plug-in for Microsoft Office 2003, 2007 and 2010 that could automatically store and synchronize any Word document, PowerPoint presentation, or Excel spreadsheet to Google Docs (before the introduction of Drive) in Google Docs or Microsoft Office formats. The online copy was automatically updated each time the Microsoft Office document was saved. Microsoft Office documents could be edited offline and synchronized later when online. Google Cloud Connect maintained previous Microsoft Office document versions and allowed multiple users to collaborate by working on the same document at the same time.
Google Cloud Print , Google Cloud Print allows users to share printers in a manner reminiscent of Google Docs.
Google Docs, Sheets and Slides In December 2016, Google introduced a quick citations feature to Google Docs. The quick citation tool allows users to "insert citations as footnotes with the click of a button" on the web through the Explore feature introduced in September. The citation feature also marked the launch of the Explore functionalities in G Suite for Education accounts.
Google Docs, Sheets and Slides In October 2012, Google Documents, Spreadsheets and Presentations were renamed Google Docs, Sheets and Slides, respectively. At the same time, Chrome apps were released, which provided shortcuts to the services on Chrome's new tab page. Google announced in August 2016 that support for Chrome apps would end on Microsoft Windows, Apple macOS, and Linux computers between 2017 and 2018.