Google released a couple of updates for G Suite last month. Here is our digest of some key updates and recommendations you might find helpful.
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New templates in Google Docs, Sheets, and Slides perfect for Entrepreneurship Classroom Activities
For teachers planning to integrate creating of business documents as a learning activity (e.g. project management), Google added four new categories in the Templates Gallery developed together with experts.
1. Project Management in Sheets, in partnership with Smartsheet
2. Sales in Docs, in partnership with PandaDoc
3. Human Resources (HR) in Docs, in partnership with Zenefits
4. Freelancer Engagement in Docs, in partnership with Upwork
What better way to prepare our students for the real world than giving them access to real world examples!
Improved menus and toolbars in Google Docs and Slides
Please take note of the following changes in the web version of Google Docs and Slides:
- In Docs and Slides, “Lists” in the Format menu has been renamed “Bullets and numbering.”
- In Docs and Slides, “Show spelling suggestions” has been renamed “Spelling” and moved from the View menu to the Tools menu.
- In Docs, “Document outline” has been renamed “Show document outline” and moved from the Tools menu to the View menu.
- In Slides, “Import slides” has been removed from the Insert menu.
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