Great news for the ones those who keep themselves away from typing documents on the computer as Google Docs nearly after 6 months, added a brand new feature to itself; hence enabling you to make it listen to. That’s right; “listen” is the word.
After including the voice typing feature, Google Docs have set the stake higher as you are able to write, edit and proofread documents through your unique voice.
The list of things you are able to carry out on Google Docs includes just about anything, starting from manipulating your typed materials, incorporating tables, adding bullet points and moving long sentences from one portion of the document to another; however, you have no control over “special symbols” such as Ω.
This new concept of Google Docs is similar to various other dictation software available on the internet. You can also say things like, “erase the last sentence” or “insert table 4 columns by 15 rows.” The latest added feature is run by a similar language processing algorithm as that of used in Google Now; as a result, you can also raise the font size by saying “enlarge the entire paragraph.”
The list of commands and thousands of combinations may take you a while for familiarizing yourself with this brand new addition. Nevertheless, this is going to be an amazing tool for the ones mentioned in the beginning of this article.
This feature has been already added to Google Docs available on Chrome. You can enable this feature from “Tools” in the voice typing option. Also read, Google Shutting Down its Comparison Service.