Take a look at Google Docs, Sheets, Slides & Drive Redesigned Interface rolling out today for everyone
To make their usage easier and more intuitive, Google is introducing a refreshed interface for Google Docs, Sheets, Slides & Drive.
The new user interface will be more streamlined and efficient to help users quickly find what they need with fewer clicks.
To experience these changes, you have to wait for at least 15 days for rapid rollout and full scheduled rollout for all features will be within 18-20 days for all the workspace users & end users.
The refreshed interface will include a modernised palette of colors, new icons and fonts, additional navigation options as well as improved search capabilities.
These changes will help users move around the tools quicker and access the most relevant content faster.
On top of that, the layout structure has been redesigned to provide an improved user experience across all devices.
In the following weeks, Google is introducing its new design which is a part of Google’s Material Design 3 clearly intended to simplify collaboration between our products.
Google Docs, Sheets, and Slides have recently been updated to include enhanced features such as:
A simplified user interface at the top of your docs, sheets, and slides, helping you find frequently used actions faster and easier.
Additional UI & UX improvements in commenting, background, rulers, and gridlines.
Please note that the same functions are preserved despite some features being shifted to make the new interface more organized and simpler.
Notably, you can find the latest status info for the doc, such as the last edit and version history, via a single entry point: the clock icon in the top right corner.
What is google material design 3?
Aggressively supported by Google designers and developers, Material Design is a design language that incorporates in-depth grids in its layout, incorporates responsiveness to transitions & animations, and utilizes padding & depth effects like shadows and lighting for its Android, Flutter, and the web.