'Google' Latest News & Updates: New Updates Rolled Out For Google Docs, Sheets & Slides; Android Users Can Now Download In Play Store

By Clarice F. Bernardo , Updated Sep 30, 2016 11:35 PM EDT
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Admit it, Google Docs, Sheets, and Slides have saved the world more than they will ever realize. They have been of great help to professionals, office workers, students, and basically, to everyone who wishes to make everything easier, faster, and more convenient.

It is definitely good news to the Android clients of its Docs, Sheets, and Slide apps as Google has pushed out a new update. As previously reported by GSM Arena, the said new update makes it easier for users to view and retrieve deleted files.

For people who tend to get clumsy at times because of being too preoccupied with work their work loads, Google might have felt their tedious task. And so, they are in for a treat because Google has already provided a solution for them.

According to G Suite Updates, the newest versions of the Google Docs, Sheets, and Slides apps for Android make it possible to retrieve trashed files that users unexpectedly need again or trashed files that were accidentally deleted. Users will now understand the value of "Trash" more than they ever did.

By simply selecting "Trash" from the navigation menu in the users' Google Docs, Sheets, or Slides app, they will be given the option to restore or permanently delete any files that they have trashed.

The "Trash" option is indeed more convenient than how it is done before. It is almost exactly like the one that already exists in the Drive application. What is new with the "Trash" option is that the users no longer need to exit whichever app they were editing in.

The new updates should have rolled out to Google Docs, Sheets, and Slides by now. For Android users, check out the new functionality now and start informing colleagues about the updates. The updated apps are now available for download in the Google Play Store.

 

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