Google Docs Upgrades With Real-Time Conversation

Google Docs Upgrades With Real-Time Conversation
technology

The new feature lets users have ongoing threaded conversations within a document using time stamps.

Kyana Gordon
  • 16 march 2011


Today, Google has rolled out a new feature that allows users to discuss shared documents in real-time, a move which makes Google Docs a more appealing option both to workers and the everyday consumer. The company is building off the strength of its cloud-based approach by recognizing how its users are increasingly becoming accustomed to instant online conversation.

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