What can you do with Docs?

Write reports, create joint project proposals, keep track of meeting notes, and much more.

With Google Docs, you can create and edit text documents right in your web browser—no special software is required. Even better, multiple people can work at the same time, you can see people’s changes as they make them, and every change is saved automatically.

Edit and add styles to your text

Work with different versions and copies of your document.

    • Make a copy—Create a duplicate of your document. This is a great way to create templates.
    • See revision history—See all the changes you and others have made to the document or revert to earlier versions.
    • Download as—Download your document in other formats, such as Word or PDF.
    • Publish to the web—Publish a copy of your document as a webpage, or embed your document in a website.

Enhance your document by adding features.

    • Image—Insert an image from your computer, the web, or Drive.
    • Link—Add a link to another page or to a header or bookmark in the same document.
    • Drawing—Create pictures, flowcharts, diagrams, and more in your document.
    • Table—Select the number of columns and rows to create a table.
    • Bookmark—Add shortcuts to specific places within your document.
    • Table of contents—Create an autogenerated table of contents that links to each heading (where you’ve applied heading styles).

Click 'Share' to share your document and then choose what collaborators can do. They’ll also receive an email notification.

Collaborate with your team in real time