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The new help of Google Docs to have a better writing

Google Docs soon it will incorporate new tools to improve the writing of the users. In addition to grammar and spelling suggestions, it will also add recommendations to use more inclusive language as well as to avoid inappropriate terms.


These new features offer a variety of writing and style suggestions as you write documents. Suggestions will appear as you type and guide you when there are opportunities to avoid repeated or unnecessary words, which will help diversify your writing and ensure you’re using the most effective word for the situation.”

The user may also be advised in certain contexts to choose to use active voice instead of passive or to write a more concise sentence for clarity. In turn, potentially discriminatory or inappropriate language will be flagged, along with suggestions on how to make your writing more inclusive and appropriate for your audience.


Google that tone and style suggestions will be available to Business Standard, Business Plus, Enterprise Standard, Enterprise Plus, and Education Plus subscribers.” While “Word Warnings” will be available on Business Standard, Business Plus, Enterprise Standard, Enterprise Plus, Education Fundamentals, Education Standard, Education Plus, as well as Teaching and Learning Up plans.

Those users with more basic plans like Google Workspace Essentials will not get any feature set for now.


The new writing tools will begin to reach users in the next two weeks, the company announced on its official blog.

Another novelty that will come to the service is a new “pageless” view for Docs, which formats the document to the size of the window that is being used.

Yesterday, the company also announced a host of new features for Workspace. Among them, the possibility of starting video calls from a Docs, Sheets and Slides file to present this content stands out. to all those attending the meeting; as well as Picture-in-picture in Google Meet, which will allow users to access a floating window of up to four participants while using other applications.


Another important novelty is the news of Meet for live broadcasts. Currently, Google Meet users can host meetings of up to 500 active participants with the ability to broadcast live to audiences of up to 100,000 trusted Google Workspace domains. In the coming months, attendees of these livestreams will be able to participate in questions and answersas well as polls, matching the experience already enjoyed by users making video calls on Meet.

On the other hand, Meet broadcasts can be made directly on YouTube. Integration with the said platform means that a Google account can be used for authentication, which simplifies the live streaming process.

In order to add a little warmth to so much technology, the company announced that starting next monththe participants will be able to express themselves visually with different, which will be visualized directly and at the moment. A new tool to link speakers and attendees in virtual meetings.

As for security, it was reported that starting in May, optional client-side encryption (currently in beta) will be implemented to help keep your communications more confidential, secure, and private. This feature gives customers direct control of encryption keys and the identity provider used to access those keys. Throughout 2022, optional end-to-end encryption will be introduced for all meetings.


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