Google has now added a text watermark feature to Google Docs

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Google Docs now includes a text watermarking tool. Text watermarks can now be added to every page of a document. They can add watermarks such as “Confidential” or “Draft” to files to indicate their status before releasing them widely. The Watermark option is found in Docs’ Insert menu. It allows users to customize the text watermark’s font, size, transparency, location, and other features. Additionally, while importing or exporting Microsoft Word documents, the text watermarks are said to be kept.

The text watermark option will be available to “all Google Workspace clients, as well as G Suite Basic and Business current customers,” according to Google. It started rolling out this functionality gradually on January 24 and expects to make it fully available in the following weeks. The image watermark functionality was introduced to Google Docs in September 2021, allowing users to place an image stamp on every page of a Google document. This function is perfect for adding custom graphics, branding, and company logos to your documents.

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Google made its Google Workspace platform broadly available to all of its users in June of last year. This service includes Google Docs, Sheets, Chat, and other tools. This service can now be used to construct or work with others as a central hub. It has a smart canvas feature that allows users to rapidly assign roles and create checklists in Google Docs. With just one click on a Google Meet call, users can effortlessly share their Docs, Sheets, or Slides files. Additionally, in May 2021, the American tech giant added the Show Editors function to Docs for Google Workspace users. This feature makes it simple to track changes made by different users to a shared document.