Google Docs for sharing copy
Google Docs is a free, powerful and dynamic tool use to collaborate with our clients in order to collect website content. It is perfect for sharing website copy when working remotely. It creates a single file we work on (no more drafts v.1, 2 and so on) and it gives you the ability to make comments and edits viewable by our team, in real-time. We are also able to comment by asking questions etc. Whenever a comment is made a notification is sent to the associated email address, so no one ever misses a beat. It even has an instant chat feature built-in so we can discuss the content while both Pathfind Media and the client is in the Google Doc.
To create a new file:
- From Google Drive, locate and select the New button, then choose the type of file you want to create. In our example, we’ll select Google Docs to create a new document.
- Your new file will appear in a new tab on your browser. …
- The Rename dialogue box will appear. …
- Your file will be renamed.
For in introduction to Google Docs, view this one minute video:
Cheatsheet PDF with infographics that shows the controls:
Click here to see.
How to make a comment in Google Docs: Simply highlight text and click on the comment icon to the right.
How to make “track changes” in Google Docs: Click on the pen icon to the top right, then “Suggesting”.