Google Docs allows you to type, edit, and format using your voice


Those of you who hate typing, but still want to be productive will be happy to learn that Google has added Voice typing to Docs. You will also be able to edit and format your work using only your voice.

To try it out, head to Docs in your browser and select “Voice typing” in the “Tools” menu. Next, just start talking about whatever you wanted to write about and watch the words appear on-screen like magic. You can even edit and format your document by saying things like “copy,” “insert table,” and “highlight.” For a full list of voice commands, check out the Help Center.

Source: Google Docs