Google Docs and office 365

Feels good about google docs

CPC: Grant access when mentioning multiple people. share and co-edit side by side.
Nico: Document translation with 50+ languages available. Links Previews. Autocomplete recommendation.
LiGang: Activity Dashboard. Lots of add-ons.
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Not so good

Line spacing is not consistent & hard to control, No markdown support

Summary

Google Docs is the product where collaboration is the most intuitive. Suggestion feature makes suggestions on pages. Comment feature makes discussion on some specific parts possible.

Feels good about Office 365

Native rewriting suggestions
Advanced and rich set of features incl. track changes, section breaks, etc.
More shortcuts than on other products
Easier to control line spacing, bullet points, etc

Not so good

Unstable
Complex Menu design, Hard to find and remember right tools.
Lack of Diagram Figure design tools which is supported in Word.
Lack of chart tools which is supported in Word.
Lack of multiple column format which is supported in Word.
Lack of Page tree, can’t organize my docs to a wiki.
Lack of database support, I can’t get data or chart form Excel.
Lack of 3rd party add-on for internet resource and services

Summary

Work well with others who use Word
Good for complex formatting, such as Legal docs, printing stuff, writing Paper.
Comparison of the four products
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Product
Page Format
Templates
Fluency
Add-ons
Team Work
1
Notion
2
Coda
3
Google Docs
4
Office 365
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