Turning text into a useful document on Google has become quite convenient now. Around six months ago, Google has introduced voice typing for Google docs on the web allowing users to dictate its text into the document. It has now taken a step further by allowing them to edit and format text through its voice.
This implies that things like select all, “align center”, “bold”, “got to end of line” and increase font size will be understood by Google docs and follow its users commands. Here users can find an entire list of available commands.
If anyone has ever used desktop software like Dragon NaturallySpeaking then they are probably familiar with how these commands work. Its all convenient with impairment that it is slower than using a keyboard. Otherwise these commands may now be making Google Docs an easy option for everyone.