Currently, there has been a lot of talk about productivity and apps related to it. While we see that Windows and macOS are doing well in the market, Google’s ChromeOS is also catching up fast. However, Google fans were triggered when Apple’s Phil Schiller said that Chromebook using students won’t succeed.
Now, we know that macOS and Windows OS-powered devices can get costly very quickly and this is not suitable for students. Therefore, Chromebooks are preferred in schools which are plenty of powerful, cheap and do get the job done.
Advantage of using Google Docs on Chromebook
One of the main advantages of using Chromebooks is that you can have the full advantage of Google services. Basically, you can use everything from Google Docs, Sheets, Slides as well as Gmail, Google Assistant, and YouTube with Chrome browser optimized for the devices too.
Talking about Google Docs, it has now become a great option to replace Microsoft’s Word application which comes with its Office 365 suite which is costly while Google Docs is free.
Install add-ons on Google Docs
Now, if you are a Google Docs user then you might want to know how to install and uninstall add-ons inside them which can be useful for doing some stuff that is not available in-built.
- So all you need to do is open a Google Doc and click on the “add-on” option at the top of the screen.
- Here search for your required add-on to install inside Google Docs.
Once you have found the required add-on, you can just install it from the “Free” button which is how you can download it.
Uninstall add-ons on Google Docs
Uninstalling the add-ons is also simple which can be done from Google Docs itself. You will have to go to the ‘Add-ons’ tab beside the ‘Tools’ tab.
- Click on it and you will see the options from which you have to select the ‘Manage Add-ons’ option.
- After that, you will see the list of installed add-ons. To uninstall a particular add-on, click on the ‘more options’ button next to it and click on uninstall.
That’s it, this is how you can install and uninstall add-ons inside Google Docs with ease.