In general, Google products have excellent accessibility features, but Google Docs, Sheets, and Slides are now getting an upgrade to their current features.
Accessibility features in Rolling out now , Google Docs, Sheets, and Slides will now be customizable. Before this change, the settings for Google’s three document tools were identical across all three products.
With this new modification, various Google Workspace products can now individually enable or disable technologies like screen readers, magnifiers, braille support, and collaborator announcements.
We’ve introduced features over the years to support our continued efforts to make our products accessible to everyone. We’re enhancing the capability for users of screen readers, braille devices, screen magnifiers, and more to individually set their accessibility choices for Docs, Sheets, Slides, and Drawings.
According to Google, this should make it simpler to make sure accessibility settings are customized.
All users, both those with personal and commercial accounts, will gradually receive this modification over the following two weeks starting yesterday, August 15. These options can be found under Tools > Accessibility for Google Docs, Sheets, and Slides.
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