“Google Docs is now leveraging a boost in its smart chips technology to develop diverse kinds of specialized documents such as contracts or invoices.”
It has been 17 years since the launch of Google Docs and the online editor has always made it easy to write online. In recent news, Google unveiled that Google Docs could now become a lot easier thanks to a new update.
Google Docs is now leveraging a boost in its smart chips technology to develop diverse kinds of specialized documents such as contracts or invoices.
The new smart chips Google Docs allows users to set pre-defined items and placeholders, with the software itself creating the type of file required and helping users to get rid of manually inputting and tweaking their document to get it exactly right.
About Smart chips Google Docs-
A Google Workspace update blog post announcing the news said, “Today, we’re introducing variable chips, a new feature that makes document creation for things like invoices, contracts, or broader communications much easier,”
With this new technology, users of Google Docs can pre-define and insert placeholders like contract numbers, client name/s, or an address and then update it across their entire document simply by editing the value in one place.
The update is now available, and no admin control is required for business users. It will be available only to Google Workspace Business Standard, Enterprise Plus, Business Plus, Enterprise Standard, Education Plus, and Nonprofit customers, excluding users with personal Google accounts. The rollout of smart chips Google Docs has begun, and users will begin to see the new feature in the coming weeks.
This update shows Google Docs paying attention to such concerns in a way that Microsoft Word and other competitors would take time to do, and bringing Google Docs could be a game-changer for workers across the globe. The use of smart chips Google Docs for intelligent editing and formatting could be extremely valuable, putting an end to fiddly manual editing processes, and I’m all for it.