Google Docs and Google Sites have just been updated with a handful of new features. Docs now has a version history option, Sites now lets you add drop down menu navigation to your pages, and the "sharing settings" screen has been unified across both Docs and Sites.
You can access version history in Google Docs by choosing the "add or manage versions" option on any file. That will let you upload a new version of the document or recover a previous version from the history.
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Google Docs has just released a significant upgrade that makes sharing even better. Here’s the highlights: 3 Sharing Options (Private, Public on Web, Link Only). All docs will start out as private, but then you can choose the level... Read Post