What is Google Docs?
Google Docs is an online word processor included as part of the free, web-based Google Docs Editors suite offered by Google, which includes Google Sheets, Google Slides and more. Google Docs allows users to create and edit documents online while collaborating with other users in real-time.
How does Google Docs work?
Google Docs functions as an online word processor directly in your browser. Simply create and edit documents on the Google Docs webpage. Multiple people can work at the same time and every change is saved automatically. Google Docs facilitates smooth collaboration by including share options, easy conversions to other file types like Microsoft Word or PDF and the possibility to add in-document edits, comments and actions.
What can you use Google Docs for?
Google Docs is mostly used by teams working together to create an important document, for example a team within a company or a study group. The main features of Google Docs are; comments, chats and real-time edits within the document, create anywhere, anytime - even offline, track changes made to your documents and undo anything you choose and the option to work with all popular file types.
What we do
- Tool Stack Audit - understand which tools you’re using and if this fits your best possible tool stack
- Automation Audit - if you have running automations in Pipedrive, Zapier or other automations.
- Operations Audit - what are the core processes that need to be 100%. Our consultant will look at the core operations and how to scale them and make them reliable.
Stefan is the co-founder of Replicable and is specialised in building automated processes.
What we do
- Troubleshoot the issue
- Explain how to solve it
- You fix the issue yourself with our knowledge
- If you don't want to do it yourself, of course we can solve it for you outside the call