is a well-rounded word processor that facilitates collaboration with colleagues or colleagues. Docs also keeps your work safe in your Google Account.
And as Engadget's Cherlynn Low recently tweeted you can even use it to sign documents.
This is more of a workaround than an officially supported feature in Google Docs. Therefore, some additional steps are needed to make this possible. But yes, this is a real signature, and not only do you enter your name, and yes, it saves you from connecting a third-party service to your Google Account or, to be a pity, having to print a document, then take a picture of it and attach it again to an e-mail.
. 2 With Document Open, click Insert > Draw > New .
. 3 Click the down arrow next to the line tool and select Scribble .
4. Draw your signature and click Save and Close when you're done.
. 5 Your signature appears in the document as an image that you can adapt to the line and drag to the right place.
I tried to recreate this process with the Google Docs mobile app, but could not find the option to insert a drawing. At least now you have to add your John Hancock to a Google document with a computer.