Google Docs now supports Voice typing: Here’s how to activate

Google Docs will now support typing, editing and formatting via voice commands.

By: Tech Desk | Updated: February 26, 2016 4:50 pm
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Google Docs will now support typing, editing and formatting via voice commands. Google confirmed the announcement on the official Google Docs blog.

In order to activate, users need to go to Tools in the Document and select the Voice Typing option. Then just say some sentences, and once the tool is activated, users can start editing and formatting with commands like “copy,” “insert table,” and “highlight.”

The full list of commands is available here or users can simply say “Voice commands help” when they’re voice typing to get the list .

Watch video on Voice-Typing in Google Docs below

Let us know in the comments if you’ve tried out the voice-commands