What is Google Docs
Google Docs is an online word processor that lets you create and format documents and work with other people. You can create, view, and edit Google documents, as well as Microsoft Word® files, with the Google Docs app for Android, iPhone and iPad.
Step 1: Create a document. (In Android, iPhone & iPad the Step 1 is to Download the Google Docs app)
Step 2: Edit and format
To edit a document:
On your computer, open a document in Google Docs.
To select a word, double-click it or use your cursor to select the text you want to change.
To undo or redo an action, at the top, click Undo Undo or Redo Redo.
Note: To edit a document on a touchscreen device, like a Pixel Book, double-tap the document to start typing.
You can add and edit text, paragraphs, spacing, and more in a document.
Add a title, heading, or table of contents
Step 3: Share & work with others
You can share files and folders with people and choose whether they can view, edit, or comment on them.
Top 10 Google Workspace tips for project management
1. Track, update, and collaborate on project tasks : Create dynamic project plans and Gantt charts in Sheets to manage your projects, assignments, and deadlines. Team members across the globe can update their progress directly in the spreadsheet so it's always up to date. Learn how - Docs
2. Communicate with your entire team using one address : When you need to share information with your project team, create a Groups email list. After you add your team to the group, you can send updates and resources to everyone at once using one email address. Learn how - Docs
3. Manage project or team schedules : Create shared Calendars to keep everyone up to date: project calendars to track milestones, deadlines, and reminders; team calendars for meetings, trainings, and vacations; and more. When you want to see who's available, just layer different calendars and look for open time slots. Learn how - Docs
4. Securely store and share digital assets: Store your project documents, images, and other files in Drive or a shared drive and share them with your team. Drive's sharing and access controls make working together simple and secure. Any changes you make sync to the cloud where everyone can see up-to-date content. Learn how - Docs
5. Find and organize important email quickly: Working on multiple projects with different teams? Use stars to mark certain email as important, or let Gmail’s Priority Inbox automatically sort and prioritize your messages for you. Then, set up filters and labels for specific projects so it’s easier to find and reply to email. Learn how - Docs
6. Create impactful presentations : Create a Slides presentation to share your vision, establish key deliverables, and show your project's impact with graphs and charts. If you work with a distributed team, use built-in screen sharing during a Google Meet video meeting to present to remote team members. Learn how - Docs
7. Build a project website : Build a Sites project hub to keep updates, timelines, deliverables, calendars, and documents in one place. Now your team has an organized one-stop destination for all important project information that anyone can access anytime, from any device. Learn how - Docs
8. Create and collaborate on documents : Create meeting agendas, project proposals, executive reports, and more in Docs. You can edit documents together in real time, chat within files, and get targeted feedback using comments and suggestions. Use the revision history feature to see who made which changes and when, or to revert to earlier versions. Learn how - Docs
9. Hold video meetings with your team : Hold Google Meet video meetings with remote team members any time, from any device that supports the requirements for using Meet. Your team can save money and time on travel, but still get all the benefits of face-to-face contact. Learn how - Docs
10. Prepare team members for meetings : Let team members preview relevant files before a meeting so everyone comes prepared to contribute ideas. Send a meeting invite in Calendar, and attach documents, spreadsheets, presentations, and other discussion items. Learn how - Docs