More than 3.5 million paying customers use Google’s G Suite to collaborate in real-time at work, and Google just introduced a slew of new features to help them. Here are ten solid tips from Google on how to get the most out of G Suite.
1. Name versions of a Doc, Sheet or Slide.
G Suite customers can now name a version of a document, spreadsheet or presentation to denote which rendition it is. For example, you may label it as “Version 1.0,” “Version sent to client,” “Version w/ accepted edits,” use the date, your name or mark it as final. This will help teams clearly communicate where a Doc, Sheet or Slide currently stands. This feature is now “Version History,” formerly called “Revision History,” and can be accessed by selecting “File > Version History > Name current version.” Customers may also benefit from the ability to view only named versions, to quickly jump through labeled versions.