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May. 26, 2022

Emoji Reactions

You can now give feedback with the new emoji reactions a less formal alternative to comments to express your opinions about document content.

Just select the contents you wish to give feedback to and click Insert Emoji reactions.

Availability

The feature is now available for all UNLVMail (@unlv.edu) and Rebelmail accounts (@unlv.nevada.edu)

To learn more about dropdown chips, please visit the Google Workspace Learning Center.


May. 26, 2022

Table Templates

You can use table templates to quickly insert building blocks for common workflows such as a:

  • Launch content tracker
  • Project asset
  • Review tracker
  • Product roadmap

You can insert a new table template by clicking on Insert Building blocks and selecting a template.

Availability

The feature is now available for all UNLVMail (@unlv.edu) and Rebelmail accounts (@unlv.nevada.edu).

To learn more about building blocks, please visit the Google Workspace Learning Center


May. 26, 2022

Google Docs Dropdown Chips

You can use dropdown chips to easily indicate the status of your document or various project milestones outlined in your document. Google provides two default dropdown options:

  • Project Status, which includes selections for “Not Started”, “Blocked”, “In Progress” and “Complete”
  • Review Status, which includes selections for “Not Started”, “In Progress”, “Under Review” and “Approved”.

You can also create a dropdown chip with custom options and colors to best suit your needs by clicking on Insert Dropdown.

Availability

The feature is now available for all UNLVMail (@unlv.edu) and Rebelmail accounts (@unlv.nevada.edu)

To learn more about dropdown chips, please visit the Google Workspace Learning Center.