Google docs had introduced the new feature of tracking its changes in 2014. You can track changes while collaborating or editing the work of others. By allowing people to track changes, Google docs have given more power to people. The feature is helpful in two ways. Firstly, it helps you to edit your work without editing or modifying.
Secondly, if you create a document, you can send it to others. If they suggest necessary changes to be made, you can see, accept or reject the suggestions accordingly. Through this tracking feature, the whole process of collaborating has become more transparent and easier.
A lot of people do not know how to track changes in Google docs. If you are one of them, you have come to the right place. By simply listing the ways, we have made it comprehensible and easy to follow. So get started with the process and enjoy your collaborating experience!
Steps to track changes in Google Docs:
- Open Google Docs.
- On the top right side of the screen, you’ll see a pencil icon with dropdown. Click it.
- In the drop-down menu, select “Suggesting.”
- Now, in the “Suggesting” feature, all edited text will appear in green and pop-ups will appear in the margins showing every suggestion you make.
- From here, you can accept or decline the suggestions and also comment on the edit suggestions to be made.
- You can also highlight anything and reply it on the side popups