On the internet, Google Docs is rearranging and condensing the toolbar menus.

With a focus on making it simpler to find the most frequently used functions, Google is updating the toolbar menus that show up in the Docs web client.

The new design makes it quicker and simpler to use Docs by making it easier to access crucial features. Note that with this launch, existing functionality will not change.

The menus on Google Docs will be shortened for easier navigation, and all things will appear to be accompanied by large symbols for quicker identification. Currently, only a few activities have icons that make things easier to find if you forget the keyboard shortcut. A more intuitive feature location is another goal of this reorganization.

We anticipate that the restructured features’ new menu locations will be more user-friendly and facilitate quicker and easier product navigation. Particularly, the new Extensions menu now groups together features relevant to Apps Script. This includes managing add-ons and having access to the Apps Script IDE.

Google Docs menu

Today’s example shows us that creating a document is now the very first option available in the File menu. Following this is a section for sharing and downloading, and the subsequent grouping includes a Labels option. Print continues to be the very last operation, while version history and offline storage are shifted down.

Meanwhile, Extensions has replaced Add-ons.
By the end of May, Google Docs should have fully implemented the revised menus:

accessible to all users of Google Workspace as well as previous G Suite Basic and Business users. people with personal Google Accounts have access to this.

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