Wednesday, July 22, 2009

Google Docs Gets One Step Closer To Online Storage Device !

The new interface of Google Docs rolls out all users by getting one step closer to an online storage service. This “Item By Type” menu replaces “PDFs” with “Files” and suggests the users to upload any type of files.
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* exact phrase matching ("todo list")
* negative matching (summer -trip)
* disjunctive matching (budget OR invoice)
* built-in labels (is:starred, is:hidden)
* collaborators: to find the documents shared by Michael Robinson, you need to search for: from:michaelr@gmail.com, assuming that's his email address. The sort-tables-in-google-docs-easily/">problem is that you need to know the email address, since the operator doesn't support (partial) names.

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