Tuesday, July 15, 2014

Tech Tip Tuesday: New Editing Feature in Google Docs



There is a new feature in Google Docs called Suggested Editing.  It can also be referred to as Redline Edits. It will allow users to collaborate on a document, however, it will allow users to suggest edits rather than make edits.   Basically, the owner of the document can accept or reject the edits before the document is altered. Keep in mind, revision history still works the same way as it did in the past.

There are three modes for this new feature of editing:



  1. Editing will allow you to edit a document as you normally do.
  2. Suggesting will allow you to make suggestions for edits in the document.  The owner can accept or reject the suggestions.
  3. Viewing will allow you to read or print the final version of a document with the suggestions.

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