Google introduces new search bar to Docs, Sheets, and Slides

Search makes it easier for users to find what they're looking for without having to navigate through multiple menus or tabs.

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Google has introduced a new search bar feature for its popular productivity suite, Google Workspace. The search bar has been designed to help users easily find the tools and features they need within Google Docs, Sheets, and Slides. This new feature aims to improve productivity, streamline workflows, and save time.

The new search bar can be accessed by clicking on the “Tools” menu within any of the three applications. Once the search bar is open, users can type in what they’re looking for, whether it’s a specific tool or feature, and search results will be displayed in a drop-down menu. This makes it easier for users to find what they’re looking for without having to navigate through multiple menus or tabs. 

The new search bar has been designed to improve the overall user experience within Google Workspace. Google has stated that the new search bar will be available to all Google Workspace users, and it will be rolled out gradually over the next few weeks. This will give users time to familiarize themselves with the new feature, and it will also ensure that any bugs or issues can be addressed before the feature is widely available.

The introduction of the search bar is a significant development for Google Workspace users. It addresses a common pain point for users who may not be familiar with the various tools and features of the applications. The search bar will help users quickly find what they need, saving time and improving productivity. 

The new search bar feature is the latest addition to Google Workspace. The suite includes a range of powerful applications that enable users to collaborate and work together effectively, including Google Docs, Sheets, and Slides. Google Workspace has become increasingly popular in recent years, with many businesses and individuals using it as their primary productivity suite.

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You can now mention another user in Google Docs within the document itself. Previously, this was only possible within a comment.

When another user is mentioned, you can hover over their name for information about them and suggested actions like adding that person to Contacts or reaching out via email. This is the same information you see today when hovering over a user's name in other Google Workspace apps, such as Gmail or Calendar.

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Google Drive storage is very useful and, in the days of G Suite, business owners had the ability to get unlimited Google Drive storage. Unfortunately, though, unlimited Google Drive storage going away with Workspace.

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