Google Docs has been relentlessly upgrading its features. Though they may not have the features to boast as compared to MS Office but still they can be worthy of being second amongst the office productivity suites dotting the Internet. Google Docs have over the years have added many features in its armory. It is well on the way towards giving MS Office run for its money. Google Docs along with Zoho Docs are essential part of clouds. One can easily export documents from MS Office to work on Google Docs. But still MS Office is the undisputed king amongst all office productivity suites. With MS Office going live on the web, even the most important feature of Google Docs which the Google Inc has been vociferously publicizing has got a hit. With web version of MS Office available with MS Office 2010, Google Docs will have to come up with good and useful features quite fast.
Google Docs has recently announced a new feature which it has added. This new tool replaces one of the worst and most-clunky features of Google Docs — and it’s about time. By default, the interface clumps revisions together, so that large documents aren’t completely unreadable (but you can click ‘Show more detailed revisions’ to see every revision). Timestamping of revisions is now much clearer, and enabled even for very old document changes.
Click here to read about the new feature on revision history on Google Docs.