Google has introduced a ‘research pane’ feature in its online word processing program Google Docs. This sidebar tool can help users in searching any specific information on the search engine without leaving the Google Docs.
Accessing the research tool
Users can access the research pane from the ‘Tools’ menu by right clicking on a selected word that users want to learn more about or use ‘Ctrl’ + ‘Alt’ + ‘R’ shortcut on a Windows-based PC.
Sarveshwar Duddu, Google software engineer, explains in a blog post how this new feature can be used by the users of Windows and Mac systems.
Google has recently added 450 new fonts and 60 new templates to let its users save their Gmail messages as Google Docs, and has raised the program’s storage to 5 GB.