+ Wednesday October 16th, 2019


Google has today introduced a new feature which allow G Suite users to comment on Microsoft Office and PDF files, opening the doors for better collaboration on the web.

The feature which is rolling out to users on the web from today, allows G Suite users to comment on Microsoft Office files, PDFs and images, without first having to convert them into Docs, Sheets or Slides.

The feature allows for better interoperability and collaboration with MS Office users able to see and respond to comments without opening Google Docs.

The feature means you no longer have to convert the document if you simply want to view, review and add comments to a document.

The feature is rolling out on the web now, with Google expecting it to take up to 2 weeks to roll out fully.

Source: G Suite Blog.

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