Posted October 08, 2018 08:30:56 Google Doc, the app that lets you quickly create and edit documents on your Android phone, is getting some new features, like auto-saving the document to your device.
Google Docs has been one of the most popular services on Android for a while now, but it’s not been easy to keep up with all the changes.
The app has a lot of features, including a new feature called auto-save, which lets you save your documents as you create them, without having to leave your device and opening them from the app.
When you create a new document, it automatically saves it to the file folder you created it in, so you don’t have to leave the app and open it from the file menu.
You can also save a document to the cloud, by opening it from your Google Doc and clicking the “Save to Cloud” button.
If you open your Google docs file from the cloud using an existing file, the document will automatically be saved to the Cloud folder you’ve set up for it, and you can access it from anywhere in your Android device.
For now, auto-saved documents will only work on Google Doc itself, but Google is working on improving support for others.
The auto-import feature is only available in the Android apps that work with the Google Doc app.
If you’re not running the Google Chrome or the Google Reader apps, auto import will not work.
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