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Now you can dictate to Google Docs, and it really works

Now you can dictate to Google Docs, and it really works
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Give your fingers a break! Now you can type using your voice in Google Docs, and it's completely free. Not only that, but the software really works well. You can try it for yourself right now.

Simply open a new document in Google Docs, then enable Voice Typing from the Tools menu. Then start dictating. Voice Typing recognizes commands like "comma," "period" and "new paragraph" as well.

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This is just one of the new features Google has rolled out for Google Docs. In Google Docs for Android, the new Research feature can use Google's search strength to pull in the information you're looking for. Check it out.

Other improvements include a host of new templates for Google Docs, and a "see new changes" feature for documents that multiple people are working on. Will these improvements boost your productivity? Let us know what you think of them in the comments below.

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