Keep Track of Your Contacts with the Gmail People Widget

by May 30, 2011

Gmail is a great tool for connecting with friends and family, but sometimes it’s hard to find all of the information you need from them. Often enough, you have to look for information in many different areas of Gmail, so now Gmail is making it easier to find all of this information by adding a…Continue Reading

Google Finally Launches Pivot Tables for Spreadsheets

May 23, 2011 1 Comment

Having large sets of data in a spreadsheet can slow down a computer and can often take minutes just to make a simple, calculation for your large set of data. Now you can instantly sort through large sets of data with Pivot Tables for Google Spreadsheets. Pivot Tables allow you to easily work with the…Continue Reading

Google Finally Releases Docs App for Mobile Phones

May 03, 2011 No Comments

After many awaited years of bad mobile document editing, Google has finally released a new Google Docs App for Android.  The app, available only in English and on Android 2.1+ phones, allows you to easily find any document connected to your Google account and edit them with ease, right on your phone. You can even…Continue Reading

Enjoy Simpler File Uploads with Google Docs Update

Apr 28, 2011 No Comments

Google Docs has seen its fair share of improvements over the past six months, starting with the ability to drag and drop files from your desktop into Google Docs. Now Google has expanded that even further by offering three new features. The first is the ability to upload folders, which will not only upload the…Continue Reading

Google Docs Finally Supports Pagination

Apr 21, 2011 1 Comment

To the day one year ago, Google released a newly updated version of the Google document editor which included many much needed updates. Now, Google is taking that document editor one step further by adding pagination to all documents. Pagination means that you will now be able to see the physical pages in your document,…Continue Reading

Google’s Optical Character Recognition Now Supports 34 Different Languages

Mar 04, 2011 1 Comment

Optical Character Recognition, better known as OCR, is a method of converting a file into text. This file could be a scanned copy in a PDF format or just an image you take with your phone.  Google took on the personal OCR ability in June 2010 for five different languages, but now has support for…Continue Reading

To The Cloud with Google and Microsoft

Mar 01, 2011 No Comments

Have you have been working on a document with your colleagues, either across the room or across the world, and have had the hassle of sending updated documents back and forth to each other? It’s quite a pain to do and you don’t always get the correct file. Google and Microsoft have teamed up to…Continue Reading

Hide Those Gridlines in Google Spreadsheets

Mar 01, 2011 No Comments

Google Docs, a wonderful and free alternative to the Microsoft Office suite, isn’t perfect in terms of options, but it is well on its way. If you’ve used Excel in the past I’m sure you’re aware that you can make some simple changes to the viewing of gridlines. Well, Google Spreadsheets hasn’t offered this feature…Continue Reading

Google Docs Viewer Adds Support to More File Formats

Feb 23, 2011 2 Comments

If you’ve used Google or Gmail in the past I’m sure you’ve come across a PDF file that you’ve wanted to quickly view, rather than download. Google has been offering the quick view of PDF Files, Word Documents and PowerPoint’s for quite some time now, but now they are expanding those formats to support the…Continue Reading

Ditch the Wedding Planner, Use Google Instead

Feb 11, 2011 1 Comment

Planning for a wedding can be a long, painstaking progress for couples and their families. This process typically includes spending lots of money on wedding papers, books, and the sort. The wedding planning process has now been simplified by Google. Google has teamed up with New York’s world renowned wedding planner, Michelle Rago, to assist…Continue Reading

How to Share Documents with Google Docs

Feb 09, 2011 No Comments

Did you know that one of Google Docs strengths lies in its ability to quickly and easily share documents you have stored online? If you’re new to working with documents online and collaborating with others, consider this your first step in online collaboration. The guide below will show you how to share a document you…Continue Reading

Google Docs Gets a Copy and Paste Facelift

Feb 02, 2011 1 Comment

If you use Google Chrome for your browsing needs you can now upgrade to the latest version of the Web Clipboard extension for Chrome. Google released an update for this extension today, which gives improved copy and paste features. Nearly a year ago, Google released the original extension and has seen a few updates. The…Continue Reading

Offline Support for Google Docs Returning Early 2011

Dec 08, 2010 No Comments

A lot of Google Docs users were dissapointed when Google decided to pull the plug on offline access of documents stored in Google Docs as well as the ability to edit said Docs without an internet connection. In early 2011, that all changes. Google promises to deliver offline support for Google Docs using a revamped…Continue Reading