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Insync Syncs Your Google Docs Across Your Devices

Looking for a dead-simple way to sync your Google Docs to your PC? Then, take the advantages of Insync. Any changes you make locally or on your Google Docs will be synced. The main benefit of Insync is, you can access your Google Docs file offline and edit it using any office suite, e.g. MS Office, and the result will be synced when you are online.

Insync is a free tool for Windows and Mac (Linux support coming soon) and support multiple Google Docs accounts. It allows you to sync all your files from your Google Docs account, including PDF, audio/video and Zip files.

To get started with Insync, download and install it. Sign in with your G Docs account and then, just drag ‘n’ drop files and folders inside the Insync folder (usually located at My Document folder) under your Google Docs account (or each account).

While it is syncing, it will show a blue badging icon on the file and/or folder. Once synced, it will show a green checkmark.

To share a file or folder with your friends or colleagues, just right-click on the file or folder that you want to share and select Share option. A browser window will open so you can share away. The recipients will get an email notifying them that you have shared something with them.

To un-share, right-click again, a browser window will open and select “Remove” next to the person’s email or name.

As you all know, Google Docs brings a full-featured office suite experience to your browser and most importantly, it is most suitable when you need to collaborate and edit in the cloud and in real time.

Interested users can download Insync from here.


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