Introducing WordPress.com for Google Docs: A New Way Forward for Collaborative Editing

Any of my followers, readers, tried this already?
Sounds good…

The WordPress.com Blog

We are happy to announce WordPress.com for Google Docs, a new add-on that lets you write, edit, and collaborate in Google Docs, then save it as a blog post on any WordPress.com or Jetpack-connected WordPress site. Your images and most formatting will carry over too. No more copy-and-paste headaches!

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To get started, just go to the Google Web Store page and click to install it.

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16 thoughts on “Introducing WordPress.com for Google Docs: A New Way Forward for Collaborative Editing

    • Good morning Jonathan 🙂 Or is it nighttime at your end, hm, no I am doubting. Anyway…
      I was about to install it, but I always hesitate, if I have to allow programs to give access to ….
      But yes, collaborations, exactly why I am curious about it 🙂
      Thanks Johnathan, XxX

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      • It certainly appears to be useful. To collaborate, someone simply titles a document and then types in the name or email address of those with whom s/he wants to collaborate… At least that’s what I’m understanding at this point.

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        • Yes, Google docs has that option to share via email. This app could make it easier for the compiler. In stead off copy-past everything, just share the doc online and the team can upload it from there into WP.
          Definitely going to try this 🙂
          Thanks again, Jonathan! XxX

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