Google just announced another set of improvements for Google Docs aimed to make the service faster and more accessible for users. Included in the changes are new document features like better numbering and bullets, auto-complete, and drag-and-drop columns in spreadsheets. They've also improved document importing, helping to preserve the original structure of documents after they're uploaded to Google Docs. And amid all of these changes (and those introduced last week), it's even faster!
Plus, there's good news for collaborators: up to 50 people can work on one document at a time. Changes and edits will be shown in real time, designating who is making the changes. And you'll still be able to chat with everyone who is viewing the document at any given time — helpful whether you're working with someone sitting next to you at the office, or working with someone across the country. Also included in the update: a new Drawings editor allowing for easier collaboration on flow charts, designs, and diagrams. The changes are expected to roll out over the next week or so.