Back in the days when Google Docs, Google Slides, and Google Sheets were relying on the constant internet connection, the sudden disconnect meant that all your progress got lost in a second. That is why nowadays, we enable offline access to the Google Docs that are getting seamlessly saved to your computer, so you can edit them even if the network is down. And once you are back online, all edits you’ve made while being offline will automatically synchronize with an online version of the document, and you can keep working on it as usual. That’s how it works. So, let`s start.
Watch the video from https://thegoodocs.com/ and find out how to work with Google Docs offline:
Once this is done, Google Drive will start downloading some of your recent files, so you can edit them even if they are not open now. But yet it doesn’t do it for all the documents. This is why our next step is to select which documents we want to be available offline individually.
Further on, it’s likely that all docs you are currently working on will be automatically saved and ready for offline use. But now we'll make some of them synchronize automatically all the time so that we won’t lose even a single line of text.
We hope this tutorial will help you learn how to work with Google Docs offline. Good luck!
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