Google Docs, Sheets, and Slides score some welcome editing features

If you're a regular Google Docs, Sheets, or Slides user, there are some nice updates headed your way. Google has announced updates to all three apps that bring some decent quality-of-life improvements for editing your files on mobile devices. Here's what you can look forward to in the latest updates:

  • People can now edit document, spreadsheet, and presentation titles directly from the overflow menu in the top right corner of each app, making renaming files faster and simpler.

  • Within the Slides app, individuals can now change the layout of an existing slide to one of several predefined layouts, allowing them to update presentations on mobile more effectively.

  • People can now reply to comments when working in Office Compatibility Mode in the Docs app. In addition, when in OCM, suggestions and comments now appear in the Comments panel in the order they were made—rather than as all comments first and all suggestions second.

Not too shabby if you happen to live inside of Google Drive. Google notes that the app updates will be rolling out to users over the next several days, so you may have to wait a bit before you start seeing the new features.

Source: Google