Google now allows users to place text watermarks on every page of their document, including options to create watermarks like “Confidential” or “Draft” to indicate the status of the file before sending it someone. The watermark option is available on the insert option menu of Google Docs and it gives users the option to customize the font, size, transparency, positioning, and more aspects of the text watermark.
Additionally, the text watermarks in Google Docs will reportedly get preserved when importing or exporting Microsoft Word Documents. Furthermore, Google is going to make the text watermarks feature available to all Google Workspace, G Suite and Business customers.
The company has started a gradual rollout of the watermarks feature on January 24 and it is expected to make this feature fully available in the coming weeks. Back in September 2021, Google Docs had introduced the image watermark feature that enabled users to insert images as a watermark on every single page of the document. The feature has been useful to add company logos, and custom designs to the documents.
Google decided to make the Google Workspace platform more accessible to its users last year. This service includes applications like Google Docs, Sheets, Chat, and more. This service can now be used as a central hub to create or collaborate with others.
The service also comes with a smart canvas feature that helps to generate checklists in Google Docs and quickly assign roles and it gives users to easily share their Google Docs, Sheets, or Slide documents with just one click on a Google Meet call. The company had also introduced the Show Editors feature to Google Docs, which let everyone see the changes made to a document by different users.