Google Docs introduces a Text watermark feature to indicate the confidential/copyrighted content status

After the image watermark, Google is now focusing on the additional feature of text watermarks on Docs.

A few months ago, the tech giant introduced an image watermark to protect the original content, and it is transparent that never interferes while reading the text. It is compulsory to avoid copywriting issues and is beneficial for the digital creators and ideal for branding, logos, and designs of company’s documents, but when image one is available, why does the tech company roll out text versions? It is built to identify the status of a file like it is confidential or a draft and others which make it protected before introducing it publically. Customization of font, transparency, and positioning of the text with the addition that the marks are fully protected while transferring to MS world; the feature is shown on the insert menu of docs from the name of the watermark press the option and write, and the text patterns will be seen on all the pages of the contract.

The latest feature is available to all workspace of Google customers, business customers, and an essential software G-suit for productivity applications that provide different work emails, online editing documents, and much more. The approach to providing the availability of workspaces is to everyone, like docs or spreadsheets decided by Google in 2021.

In docs, users can still use the image watermark; its presence never affects the one in written form, and Google docs are one of the essential versions of the tech giant in the field of word process. Before the introduction of image marks, it lacked this feature only. Now, this one is even more improvised when the text marks officially launched, till only the news rolls out actual availability people will see soon in the coming few weeks.

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