|September 11, 2014|
|New Sharing Service For Google Docs Coming Soon|
|By Chris Crum|
Google announced a new sharing experience for Google Docs aimed at making it easier to share your files with other people.
You can still click the big “Share” button at the top of an open file lis usual, and you can share from the Drive list by clicking the person icon at the top of the page after you have one or more file selected.
Now, after you do that, and the box appears for adding people, you can also get a shareable link, which you can then share with anyone – kind of like you might do with a YouTube link to an otherwise private video.
“The shareable link will be set to view-only by default,” Google [...]
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|New Appointment Management Tool Comes To Square|
Square announced the launch of Square Appointments, a new offering for its register service that lets businesses manage their appointments and avoid missing out on sales.
The product has been in pilot mode for a while. Square acquired appointment-booking software maker BookFresh in February, though it remains as its own separate product.
“Service businesses lose sales to no-shows, waste time trying to book customers on the phone, and miss out on potential new customers who prefer the ease of booking [...]
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