If youâ€™re anything like me, you probably do most of your work online.
Google Docs in particular is a fantastic tool for writing, editing, and sharing content with colleagues, enabling collaboration and teamwork on creative projects.
But thereâ€™s a downside to doing all your work online — if you suddenly board an airplane without wifi, travel to an area with limited access, or even lose power in your office, youâ€™re suddenly left with zero access to any of your important documents.
Losing wifi shouldnâ€™t mean calling it a day and heading home: if you set it up ahead of time (this is key), you can continue doing work even when you need to do it offline.
2. Click on â€œSettingsâ€�
3. Click on the offline cursor, and move it to the right, so itâ€™s blue (if itâ€™s disabled, it will appear grey). Ensure you read a â€œSetting up offline â€¦â€� message.
4. All set! Your Google Docs are ready for offline status.
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