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Google Docs and Google Sites get version history and better sharing options

Google Docs and Google Sites have just been updated with a handful of new features. Docs now has a version history option, Sites now lets you add drop-down menu navigation to your pages, and the "sharing settings" screen has been unified across both Docs and Sites. You can access version history in Google Docs by choosing the "Add or manage versions" option on any file. That will let you...

Google Groups will phase out customized welcome messages, pages and files

Google Groups owners have received an email from Google today that details some changes that are going to happen in a few months. And sadly there are no feature additions -- they're all things that Groups will be phasing out. So, starting in January 2011 you will no longer be able to create or edit customized welcome messages, pages or files. Such content already on your groups will become...

Googleholic for July 11, 2008

Welcome to Googleholic, your bi-weekly fix of everything Google! In this edition: Live blog with Google Docs Google Mobile App for iPhone App Engine Hack-a-thon in Chicago Google Sites domain mapping Google Notebook bookmarklet Google News new design ...

Googleholic for June 20, 2008

Welcome to Googleholic, your bi-weekly fix of everything Google! In this edition: Upcoming AdWords system maintenance Sites gets new features YouTube tries long-form YouTube introduces Screening Room Google Docs on ultraportables Google Finance adds cash tracking ...

Google relaunches Jotspot as Google Sites

Nearly a year and a half after acquiring Jotspot, Google has finally opened the hosted-wiki service back up to the public. Now branded as Google Sites and packaged as part of Google Apps, the service aims to help users create group collaboration tools that can be easily edited and changed. From within Google Apps, administrators can control which users can access a specific site and what, if any...