Docs

Word processing for teams

  • Create and edit text documents directly in your browser – no dedicated software required. Several people can work at the same time, and every change is saved automatically.
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Commenting, chat and real-time editing

Work on a single document with team members or people outside your company. See edits as others type, communicate through built-in chat and ask questions by including comments.

Allfiletypes Browser

Works with all popular file types

Import your documents to make them instantly editable, including Microsoft® Word and PDF files. Export your work in .docx, .pdf, .odt, .rtf, .txt or .html format.

Commenting Tablet

Unlimited revision history

Track changes made to your documents and undo anything you choose. Previous versions are kept indefinitely and they don't count towards your storage.

Unlimited Browser

Work across devices, with or without Internet

Create, edit and share docs from your iPhone, iPad or Android devices. Use Chrome for Mac or PC to work in Docs, even when you’re offline.

Easy-to-manage sharing controls

You decide who gets access to your documents and folders. Grant individuals or groups the right to edit, view or just add comments.

Do more with third party add-ons

Research topics, define words and insert citations, right in Docs. With integrated add-ons, you can extend Docs' functionality with advanced formatting, mail merge and more.

G Suite is helping us break down our geographical barriers and work together quickly, from anywhere.

Mike Heim

Whirlpool

Top questions about Docs

Does Google Docs work offline?

Yes. This feature is available within a Chrome browser. If you haven't already done so, give Chrome a try – it's free and easy to install.

Can I share Google Docs files externally?

Yes. You can change each document's settings to grant anyone you choose editing, viewing or commenting access.

Can I convert my existing docs into Google Docs?

Yes. You can convert many different file types into Google Docs format. The original file will remain intact.