Google has been updating its productivity apps consistently, and this is no different for Docs. Late last year it got an improved way to manage Tables as well a nifty em-dash trick that makes formatting on mobile much easier than before! Now we’re waiting with bated breath because there’s another new update coming our way soon – one which will make creating content from anywhere even simpler still.
Google recently announced an update to their Workspace blog that should allow you to add page breaks before paragraphs in Docs mobile. You can access this feature by tapping on the Format button and navigating through the Paragraph tab where there is a new Add break Before toggle amongst all of your other formatting options!
If you’re in the business of writing a lot, this feature should come in handy for ensuring certain paragraph styles always start on new pages. This can be helpful when it comes to keeping your formatting consistent throughout an article or write-up and eliminates any unnecessary hassle from re-editing text that has been imported into Microsoft Word with page breaks already applied – especially if they are headings/subtitles heavy!
Google is rolling out a new update for Google Docs users that will allow them to organize their work-life with clarity. The feature, which was initially introduced in October 2017 and then brought over from the web version of this app last year – should be available on both Android as well iOS by default beginning next week but there may still come times when you need access right away so if it’s something important don’t wait too long before installing!
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