The party is ON! Join us at TNW Conference 2021 in Amsterdam for face-to-face business!

The heart of tech

This article was published on December 1, 2014

Google Docs now lets you merge table cells, adds image editing features

Google Docs now lets you merge table cells, adds image editing features Image by: Roberto Baldwin
Napier Lopez
Story by

Napier Lopez

Reporter

Napier Lopez is a writer based in New York City. He's interested in all things tech, science, and photography related, and likes to yo-yo in Napier Lopez is a writer based in New York City. He's interested in all things tech, science, and photography related, and likes to yo-yo in his free time. Follow him on Twitter.

Google has been releasing a slew of updates for its Google Docs platform the last couple of months, and today it is introducing a few new features to make its software more powerful.

First up, you can now merge cells, letting you customize tables to your specific needs (or make fancy mosaic art, if you’re bored).

The company  also now lets you perform some new image edits on the fly: you can recolor photos or adjust their transparency, brightness and contrast right within the web apps.

Screen Shot 2014-12-01 at 12_12_12 PM

Finally, in Slides, you can add slide numbers to help you and your audience keep track of progress through a presentation more easily.

slide_numbers

The updates are live now.

Google Drive [Google Plus]

Also tagged with