Google Docs is finally making it easier to manage tables — here’s how

Google Docs offers one of the best user experiences in word processors right now, but it’s not without its shortcomings. If creating and managing tables has been a sore point, Google’s upcoming customization options are set to make it easier.

Set to arrive over the next couple of weeks, Google is bringing several customization features to make creating and working on tables a lot more accessible. This includes quickly being able to add and arrange columns and rows and a new table sidebar to manage table properties. 

In an announcement, Google states the update has already started to roll out for Rapid Release domains, while Scheduled Release domains will receive the update starting from December 22. Here’s a better look at the changes coming: 

  • Pin a table header row to repeat on each page 
  • Designate that a row should not be split across pages 
  • Quickly add, and arrange columns and rows 
  • Sorting tables to better organize data. 
  • Use a new table sidebar to manage table properties 

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