Google Docs, Sheets, & Slides Get Improvements on Android

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Google has added some new features to Google Docs, Sheets, and Slides on Android aimed at making it easier to work on your mobile phone or tablet.

For one, there are new notification settings. With the versions of the apps, you can receive mobile notifications when a Drive file is shared with you or someone requests access to a Dive file you own.

"Previously, the only way to disable those notifications was via a setting in Drive. With this launch, we’ll allow you to enable or disable those notifications from the Settings menus in the Docs, Sheets, and Slides Android apps as well," Google explains.

"In Google Sheets on the web, you can name a range of cells so that they’re easier to keep track of and find later and to simplify the process of creating formulas," the company adds. "With this launch, you can now view those named ranges and quickly navigate to their locations in the Google Sheets app for Android."

Google recently added more organizational features to Google Drive. More on that here.

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