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Great app, it has everything you need to write good documents

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Awesome tool, amazing for personal and professional use

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Google is just the best for online work. Editing and suggesting modes are amazing for team work and learning without immediate changes.

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Used it to write my papers in college/uni. It took off alot of stress, since it saves automatically in the cloud. Google's format doesn't take up any space in Google Drive. Files can be downloaded as pdfs, docx, odf, and others. I mostly download files as docx. Combined with LibreOffice for local use, it's pretty useful.

It's recommend for taking notes, and making bibliographies. Most of my classmates and I used Google's office suit to collab on assignments if needed.

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Like this for my projects with schoolmates!

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Google docs is easily the best Word Processor for students. Being 100% and completely online it means they will never loose any of their documents and can easily collaborate with other students realtime.’

The mobile app is mediocre, but okay for basic writing, I just wish it had all the same features as the webpage.

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Easy to collaborate without having to send files, just share and everything is automatically updated for all users.

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TL;DR : Google Docs is just a better Microsoft Word. Super easy to use, especially if a lot of your work is Google-based. It's still Google though so privacy-wise just watch out. Microsoft is the same anyway.

Pros:

  1. 100% Free (unless you're using G Suite but it's still great.)
  2. Funtionality that [imo] is much better than Microsoft.
  3. Easy to use
  4. Secure

Cons:

  1. It's Google. Privacy-wise, you might not like it much.

[Edited by JustanotherMalaysian, March 18]
Oh yeah, It's also web-based. However, you can download your documents (It won't create a copy I think.) and edit it there. It will automatically sync once you go back online. Not good on collaborative documents though as syncing would really F-up your work if you know what I mean

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I use google docs to make Anki flashcards. Makes the process easier. Check this out- https://ankidictation.home.blog/

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Good if you are not storying anything sensitive, confidential, personal or corporate documentation. What it has impressed me it is how easy this app can be. I would dump every other app if there is a self-hosted version, even paying a licence fee. I do like anything in the cloud.

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Google Docs has everything you need to work with documents. This is actually a very good alternative to Office. I definitely use it everyday at work!

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Google Docs is an excellent place to write all sorts of documents.

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If you have beef with Google, then you should already know to avoid this. Aside from that, the functionality of Google Docs, is...serviceable. The collaboration tools (comments, chat room, real-time changes) are all very good. The biggest problem I have with Docs, though, is its atrocious handling of images. Pasting an image into Docs will become a nightmare once you try to move it around.

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Allows guest editing permissions, may be used for anonymous editing.

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