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You can use this Chrome extension to watch how any Google Doc was written

09/06/2015

Since around May 2010, any document created with Google Docs has contained a detailed edit history. Usually looking through them is (...)
Since around May 2010, any document created with Google Docs has contained a detailed edit history. Usually looking through them is limited to people with ‘edit’ permissions, but writer/programmer James Somers has changed that. Somers, who works on the engineering team at Genius, has built a Chrome extension called Draftback which can show you the edits on any Google Doc in your possession, in real time. The tool is going to be incredibly useful for journalists, authors and nosey people alike. What’s really impressive is that it doesn’t just let you see the changes flying past in your browser. You can also… This story continues at The Next Web Since around May 2010, any document created with Google Docs has contained a detailed edit history. Usually looking through them is limited to people with ‘edit’ permissions, but writer/programmer James Somers has changed that. Somers, who works on the engineering team at Genius, has built a Chrome extension called Draftback which can show you the edits on any Google Doc in your possession, in real time. The tool is going to be incredibly useful for journalists, authors and nosey people alike. What’s really impressive is that it doesn’t just let you see the changes flying past in your browser. You can also… This story continues at The Next Web
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