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  • when working on a document, you may want to see how it changes and grows, especially if multiple users are involved.

  • Thankfully, Google Docks let you track those changes, comment on them and decide whether they should be added to the document.

  • Google Docks calls this feature suggestion mode, but it's very similar to the track changes feature in Microsoft Word to get started.

  • Let's look at a Google doc that I own.

  • I've already shared this document with a co worker using the share button in the top right corner.

  • I also want my coworker to know what I'm changing.

  • Let's click the pencil icon below the share button and select suggesting now anything you add is highlighted.

  • Well, anything you delete is crossed out to the right.

  • A suggestion box appears with every change.

  • This gives other users a chance to review changes before they're made permanent.

  • The next time I view my document, I see that my co worker has also made changes.

  • Now I want to ask a question about this particular change.

  • So let's leave a comment in the Suggestion box.

  • Just click the text field, write a response and select reply.

  • I'm happy with this change, so let's approve it by clicking the check mark.

  • It will then become part of the document.

  • You can also reject to change by clicking the X, and it will disappear.

  • To leave suggestion mode, click suggesting in the top right corner and select editing.

  • You can still accept, reject or comment on suggestions while in editing mode, you just can't create new ones.

  • You can also track changes in the mobile version of Google Docks while viewing a document.

  • Tap them MAWR icon and select suggest changes.

  • Now you contract changes just like in the Web browser version.

  • To review a change, tap the check mark and select one.

  • Finally, swipe down on the comment window to close it.

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when working on a document, you may want to see how it changes and grows, especially if multiple users are involved.

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Google Docs: How to Track Changes

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    林宜悉 posted on 2020/10/24
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