Google has good news for all the bloggers, publishers, and authors out there. Finally, Google Docs has made it easy to track changes made to documents.
Google has just announced a new revision history interface with a series of changes all making Google Docs much more user friendly. Users have six new popular fonts to choose from, updated spreadsheets, and text highlighting to show when others make changes.
These document changes are easily tracked with the help of a color-coding system similar to that in Microsoft Word.
These changes lead one to question if writing major pieces will soon be done with the use of programs like Google Docs versus popular word processing programs like Microsoft Word. This could be a significant shift for individuals and companies just starting up. Word processing programs can be expensive to acquire and eliminating this expense leaves room for investment elsewhere.