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This Digital Inspiration tip on DocSyncer couldn’t come at a better time for me personally. I’ve been writing all of my non-jkOTR freelance work within both Word and Google Docs to see if the web-based service is good enough for my needs. Already I’ve had one […]

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This Digital Inspiration tip on DocSyncer couldn’t come at a better time for me personally. I’ve been writing all of my non-jkOTR freelance work within both Word and Google Docs to see if the web-based service is good enough for my needs. Already I’ve had one instance of a document out of sync, i.e.: I made changes in Word and forgot to upload them to Google Docs.That’s where DocSyncer comes in: this beta web service is advertised to “synchronize your Microsoft Office documents with your Google account.” The screenshots show apparent support for Word, Excel and PowerPoint and I also see a “previous versions” menu item, which could definitely come in handy. DocSyncer is invite-only at this point and there’s little more info than that. I just signed up, so more to follow if an invite appears.

  1. Hey, if you go to http://www.docsyncer.com/download you can download the beta.

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  2. Thanks Matt. Even if you download the beta, I think you’ll need an account, but I could be mistaken. I just received a beta account invite direct from the DocSyncer folks, so I’ll take a look at it in the next few days.

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