All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘Documents’

Google Launches Add-Ons For Docs And Sheets

Google announced the launch of add-ons for Google Docs and Sheets. These are third-party apps that add features to the programs. You’ll find an “add-ons” menu at the top of your screen when you have a document or spreadsheet open. From there you can browse available add-ons by going to “get add-ons”. There is also an option to manage the …

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Learn How To Make Searchable Google Drive Files

Despite some early concerns, Google Drive has proven to be pretty awesome. Developers may find it especially awesome as it can easily be used to store documentation. You may also want to make these files searchable by others, but how would you go about doing that? A new video released on the Google Developers channel today walks us through the …

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Google Drive iOS And Android Apps Get New Features

Google announced a few updates for its Google Drive apps for iOS and Android. The iOS app has added the ability to edit documents, a feature that has been available on the Android app for some time. Additionally, on the iOS app, you can now view presentations on an iPhone or iPad and create new folders, move files into folders …

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Martin Luther King Jr. Digital Archive Goes Live

A massive collection of documents associated with Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. has gone live today, a fitting tribute on the great leader’s national holiday. The King Center Imaging Project, a collaboration of The King Center and JPMorgan Chase started back in April of 2011 with one goal: to bring the writings and associated documents of King into the digital …

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Scribd Launches Document Reader For Media Sites

Social publishing company Scribd has launched a free version of its document reader for select media companies and blogs.

Companies involved in the initial launch include The New York Times, Los Angles Times, Chicago Tribune, The Huffington Post and Mediabistro.

The new Scribd reader includes a Scribd watermark and allows media companies to embed source materials such as court filings and memos in articles. Scribd says its reader will increase people’s time on a site and extend brands across the Internet. More than five million Scribd readers have been embedded online.

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