For several years now, Google has allowed users to type, edit, and format their Google Docs documents. This feature is ready to receive new enhancements.
According to one Recent Google Workspace blog post, the upcoming update will help “reduce transcription errors and reduce lost audio during transcription.” However, Google didn’t elaborate on how exactly this would work. Google Docs will also offer voice typing “broad availability for most major browsers.”
Additionally, transcription quality updates will also be available on Google Slides’ automatic captioning feature, making it easier for viewers to understand what a speaker is saying in their presentation. “We hope this launch leads to more inclusive and accessible user interactions within Docs and Slides,” Google says in its blog post.
The enhancement is rolling out now and will be widely available to both free and paid Workspace users by next month.
In addition to this development, Google Docs is also introducing a new feature that enables users to view non-printing characters such as paragraph/hard break, line/soft break, section break, page break, column break, tab and space. makes . This feature provides users with a visual representation of the document’s formatting, making it easier to edit.