Yesterday, we launched a bunch of big updates to Docs, Sheets, Slides, and Drive. To make sure you didn’t miss anything, here’s a quick summary of everything you need to know.
First, there’s an all-new Slides mobile app and updated Docs and Sheets apps, all of which work with and without a data connection, and now let you edit Microsoft Office files without converting them. You can also now edit Office files in your Chrome browser with the new Chrome extension (http://goo.gl/yHbngd
). New home screens for each of the editors are coming soon at google.com/docs
, and google.com/slides
, where you can quickly get to your most recently edited documents, spreadsheets, and presentations from your browser. Plus, we’re introducing a whole new way to collaborate with Suggested Edits in Docs.
In Drive, we not only updated the mobile apps and started rolling out the next generation of Drive on the web, we also launched Google Drive for Work. This new service provides the security and administrative controls businesses need, coupled with a simple $10/month/user pricing plan that includes access to the entire Google Apps suite and comes with unlimited storage in Google Drive.
Read up on all the details here:
Docs, Sheets, and Slides - http://goo.gl/xsWMfi
Drive App Updates - http://goo.gl/Ms0Fqn
Google Drive for Work - http://goo.gl/rn6gVt