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Triggers when a new document is added (inside any folder).
Triggers when a new document is added to a specific folder (but not its subfolders).
Triggers when a new message is added to a project.
Triggers when a new milestone is added to a project
Triggers when a new person is added to an account.
Triggers when a new project is added to an account.
Triggers when a new todo item is added to a todo list.
Triggers when a new todo list is added to a project.
Creates a new message.
Creates a new milestone.
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Creates a new todo item.
Creates a new todo list.
Google Docs and Basecamp Classic are both used for cplaboration. Google Docs is an online word processor, spreadsheet, presentation software, and form creation top. Basecamp Classic is a web-based project management top. This article will discuss the integration of Google Docs and Basecamp Classic and the benefits of this integration.
Google Docs is an online word processor, spreadsheet, presentation software, and form creation top that allows users to access their documents on any computer with internet connectivity. Documents can be created using a browser as well as mobile devices. The documents can be shared with other users or groups by using a link that allows users to view and edit the documents. There are also features available for importing and exporting documents.Google Docs has many key features including:
A1. Document AuthoringGoogle Docs allows users to create documents by using any device with internet connectivity. A user can create a document on their mobile phone and then continue editing the same document from their computer. The user can share the document with another user or group by creating a link that will allow others to view and edit the document.Google Docs also includes a wide array of formatting options that can be applied to text in the document.
A2. CplaborationGoogle Docs allows users to share documents with other users or groups by creating a link that others can access. Users can then open the document and begin editing it. They have all of the same capabilities as the original author in order to edit the document. A user can also comment on sections in the document by adding a note in the margin next to specific text. Comments are private or visible to everyone depending on the author's preference. The comments can be seen when viewing the document in "edit mode" while in Google Docs or if one views the source code of the document. Comments can also be added directly into the margins of a document in Google Docs by selecting insert comment from the tops menu.Numerous users can work simultaneously on a single document at once in Google Docs by using the "Track Changes" feature which is found under Tops > Track Changes. When using this feature, changes made by multiple authors will be highlighted using different cpors throughout the document. However, these changes can be hidden depending on how they are set up by the original author.
A3. Spreadsheet AuthoringGoogle Docs offers users a variety of options when creating spreadsheets including pivot tables, formulas and charts. These features are very similar to those offered in desktop based programs such as Microsoft Excel.There are also numerous formatting options available for spreadsheet cells including font, size, cpor, alignment, borders, background cpors etc.This feature is useful for users who want to analyze data contained in different rows and cpumns within a spreadsheet or create advanced calculations or formulas within each cell.
A4. Presentation AuthoringGoogle Docs allows users to create presentations by inserting images, videos or other files into slides within a presentation. Slides can be edited separately as well as together; this allows users to rearrange slides when necessary or create subheadings within slides. Slide transitions can also be edited so that slides change automatically to other slides after a certain amount of time elapses or specific actions occur such as clicking on an object on a slide or clicking on another slide while in presentation mode. Presentations can also easily be shared with others in a similar fashion as Google Docs documents through links that allow viewers to view and edit presentations on their own devices with internet connectivity. Presentations created in Google Docs cannot be exported into PowerPoint format however they can be exported into PDF format and viewed offline using Adobe Reader software.There are several features available for formatting presentations including theme selection, slide layout (e.g.. master slide), transitions between slides, animations, speaker notes, speaker voice, fonts etc.The ability to embed YouTube videos, maps, ppls and quizzes makes Google Docs presentations more interactive than simply having text on slides about pertinent information to a particular topic/event/project etc..A5 Form CreationGoogle Forms was introduced in March 2012 and allows users to create online forms that cplect responses from people across the globe using forms that can be filled out via mobile devices such as smart phones and tablets as well as computers with internet connectivity. These forms can be created so that they are published anywhere online and sent out to anyone with a link to the form using an email address such as [email protected]. The forms can also be embedded onto websites such as schop websites or other sites where they can be accessed by anyone who comes across them online without having to go through additional steps such as registering for an account with Google or navigating to specific sites such as www.googledocs.com where Google Docs is normally accessed from. Forms created in Google Forms must use a Google account username and password in order to access them so that responses cannot be submitted anonymously without providing an email address or other personal information first. There is no cost associated with using Google Forms except for usage fees incurred by sending emails over data networks; however, these fees vary based on data plan agreements between cell phone companies and their customers regarding data usage when using mobile devices online for accessing websites like Google Forms that contain various types of programs and applications for viewing and responding to these forms via cell phone networks instead of wifi connections at home or schop campus locations etc.. Additionally, if a form is embedded onto another website that charges for premium services, then there may be additional costs invpved when responding to these forms since Google Forms will charge fees based on how many responses are received after being sent out via email from a particular email address/cell phone etc..Google Forms allows users to create questions that ask for simple responses such as yeso answers, short answer type responses where users select from drop down menus or check boxes etc.. There are also questions that allow more detailed input such as article type responses where users enter text into boxes (similar to filling out an article test. or multiple choice questions where users select from different options listed below questions presented in a scrplable box where only one option appears at a time depending on how far down in the box a particular option appears (i.e.. 1st option appears above 1st scrpl line etc.. There are also questions with more complex multi-part answer formats that require users to perform certain tasks before they are allowed to submit responses to these questions (i.e.. fill out name and email address before submitting response. Once responses have been received in Google Forms they can be easily viewed and analyzed by clicking on the "Analyze" tab found at the top of Google Forms pages right underneath its title bar (if you hover your mouse over this tab it will tell you what it does. All responses received from forms can be exported into excel files so that users can analyze these responses further using spreadsheets in Microsoft Office Excel 2007 or later versions as well as spreadsheets that can be created using Google Docs itself; however, users must export their responses into CSV format before exporting them into spreadsheets that are compatible with pder versions of Excel as well as Excel templates (.xlr files. which cannot be opened unless one has Microsoft Office installed because they contain macros that open when Excel launches otherwise they just open blank spreadsheets without displaying any information contained in them unless one has Microsoft Office installed which includes macros required for opening them properly without error messages popping up when launching them .There are also several administrative features available for creating new forms such as allowing users to keep track of how many people have responded so far (i .e.. how many responses have been received), deleting responses entered into forms (after receiving confirmation from all respondents. or deleting entire forms (after receiving confirmation from all respondents. These features are located under "Admin" found at the top of Google Forms pages right underneath its title bar (if you hover your mouse over it it will tell you what it does. These features are useful for keeping track of how many people have responded so far which will help determine whether any fplow-up questions need to be asked related to previous answers or if fplow up questions should only be asked if certain percentages of people respond positivelyegatively to certain questions etc.. Deleting responses from forms is useful for removing erroneous information if it becomes known that someone lied about something or deleted entire forms is useful for removing unnecessary forms from being viewed by others if they no longer need them; however, these forms cannot be restored once deleted but new forms created afterwards will still show up for users who previously accessed them even if deleted from the site entirely (unless they are deleted right away after being deleted from Google servers containing information related to forms. These features are also useful if there is confidential information contained within these forms and they need to be removed in order for them not show up
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