The upgrade from Google Docs to Google Drive made a bit of an organizational mess of my folder structure. It used to be that everything was in a folder. However, dozens of files were placed in Google Drive’s root folder after the upgrade. I’ve had to open some files to decide which folder they belong in. One of the old Document type files caused the notice seen in the screenshot above to appear.
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So, what does this mean? Google provides documentation about this upgrade here:
This is what a Document toolbar looked like before upgrading the document.
This is what the toolbar looked like after the upgrade.
The list below is what Google considers notable about this document upgrade.
- Real-time collaboration
- Advanced formatting tools such as a ruler, margins indentation, and tab stops
- More robust revision history
- Even more fonts
- Ability to view documents and spreadsheets offline