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02 Oct Using suggested edits mode in Google Docs

When collaborating on a document with your team mates or classmates, it can be useful to provide suggested edits. This way you can provide your feedback to the document owner, and they can choose to accept or reject your suggestions. 

To get started making suggested edits, you need to open up your shared document. Head to the top right hand corner where there is a button named ‘Editing’, and click on it. You will see a drop down menu with three options; Editing, Suggesting and Viewing. Click on Suggesting, and the box will go green to show you are in Suggesting mode.

Google Apps Tips - Suggested edits in Google Docs

From here, you can then work on the document as if it was your own, and all your edits will be highlighted. The document owner will then receive an email notification with your suggested edits, and these will also immediately appear in view of the other users in the document. Suggested edits can then be accepted or rejected at the click of a button.

Google Apps Tips - Suggested edits in Google Docs

Claire Stead
cstead@appscare.com
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