Google Drive now offers suggestions based on the text users hyperlink

Google Drive users can hyperlink text in Docs and Slides when they want to include more related information to a word or a sentence in their document. Starting


Google Drive users can hyperlink text in Docs and Slides when they want to include more related information to a word or a sentence in their document. Starting today, the hyperlink tool will also offer suggestions to users based on the text they are hyperlinking. This is especially useful in situations where users do not have the required link handy. This new ability is already available, and you can get to it right away. First, select the text you want to hyperlink and then click the “insert link” icon from the menu bar. Alternatively, you can use Ctrl + K.

Google Drive now offers suggestions based on the text users hyperlink

Here's an example!

 

 

By introducing hyperlinks to specific words or text, users can make their brief, concise document more informative.

 

Incidentally, this update comes less than a week after Google Drive for Windows desktop was updated to make it simpler for users to access Docs, Sheets and Slides. Upon installing Google Drive on their computers, users will be able to spot shortcut icons for each of the editors on their desktop and also within the Drive folder in the Start menu. To create one, double click the editor icon and sign into your Google account. Every document, presentation and spreadsheet you create is saved in your Drive. Expect to see these changes over the next week; it applies to all new Google Drive for PC installs.

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