With the new service update, finding your location could soon be as easy as checking Google Docs.
The text editor now allows users to insert Google Maps chip (opens in a new tab) directly in your document with the increasingly useful @ menu.
In the future, Google Docs users just have to type the @ symbol followed by the location or address they want to include in order to add the Google Maps map view to their document.
Google Map Chips
Clicking on a placemark will take the user directly to Google Maps, opening the app and allowing them to view the placement information in the Google Maps sidebar. Users can also find location directions as well as other information such as business hours and business hours.
To insert a chip into their own document, users can go to: Put in > Smart chips > Place in Google Docs.
This feature is already rolling out and is available to all Google Docs and Workspace users.
This message follows a Google update in 2021 that allowed users to insert a Google Maps place chip into a Google Doc by pasting a link to Maps directly into the document.
The update is the latest addition to Google Docs as the company strives to make the service better for users everywhere.
Office users will soon be able to add expandable layouts and table templates to their documents, which Google believes will make it easier for users to collaborate on projects. Drop-down chips will allow Google Docs users to pinpoint the status of their document or add project milestones to it.
Office software makes it easy to add emoticons to work by allowing users to search for and insert symbols directly into the text.
Users will now just have to type “@” followed by a term, emotion, object, or whatever else they need to bring up a popup menu of emoticons. In addition, users can also type “@:” or “:” to view a drop-down list of emoticons and the option to go to the entire emoticon catalog.