Join Jess Stratton for an in-depth discussion in this video Suggesting edits instead of tracking changes, part of Migrating from Office 2013 to Google Apps.
- You've probably used a feature in…Microsoft Word called Track Changes.…Turning on Track Changes in Word…will show you a list of every change…that's been made to a document…and who changed it.…You can also have Word accept or reject…those changes while you're reviewing it.…Google Docs does have change tracking features built in.…There's no need to turn them on or activate them.…You can see previous edits of a document…at any time by clicking the time the last edit was made…at the top of the screen.…That's going to bring you into…the revision history of a document.…
You can go through each edit of a document…by clicking on each revision.…You can see the changes and the color coding…will tell you who made that change.…I already told you that there's no need…to manually save a Google Doc.…It saves each change as they happen.…You can see each of those minute by minute changes…or second by second changes,…by clicking Show More Detailed Revisions…at the bottom of the screen.…At any time, if you want to bring a revision…
- Understanding security and storage space on Google Drive
- Uploading and downloading files
- Converting files
- Sharing files with others
- Suggesting edits instead of tracking changes
- Replacing Word, Excel, and PowerPoint with Google apps
- Switching from Outlook to Gmail and Google Calendar
- Running the Google Migration
Skill Level Beginner
Q: Will this course help me migrate from Office 365 to Google apps?
A: It will if you use the desktop version of Office 365. If you use the Office 365 apps online through a web browser only, this course will be helpful in terms of general concepts, but there are enough differences between the desktop and online versions of Office that many specific instructions won't apply.