Tuesday, April 01, 2008

Google starts letting users edit documents offline | Technology | Reuters

If this feature works robustly (and if Google ever has enough confidence in Google Docs to remove the "beta" suffix...), it's a major milestone

The offline feature of Google Docs temporarily stores documents changes on a user's local computer. Once reconnected to the Internet, any changes the user made will automatically be synchronized and stored on Google-hosted computers.

"This is still early days. We're working to make more Web applications and functions work where connections are unavailable," Google said in a statement.

Google starts letting users edit documents offline | Technology | Reuters

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