Sync Your Local Documents with Google Docs

by Karthik on December 7, 2007 · 1 comment


When it comes to Online Office tools, Google Docs is the most popular solution right now. With a host of other tools in Google Apps, Google Docs makes a perfect choice if you are looking to take your Office Online. But there is one problem, and that has to be the inability to sync your documents between your personal computer and Google Docs. Well Thanks to DocSyncer even this problem can be solved…

DocSyncer will at first upload all your documents to your personal Google Docs account and then keep track of the documents for any changes that are made to them. It will automatically synchronize the changes. If you add or save new documents it will be automatically uploaded to your Google Docs account.

Here are some screenshots of DocSyncer in action :

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Well, DocSyncer looks like a worthy addon to the Google Ecosystem. I personally don’t use Google Docs, because it is kinda difficult to synchronize between my PC and Google Docs. I am yet to receive my beta invite, and I hope DocSyncer can merge this gap between me and Google Docs.

If you are looking for an invite head over to the DocSyncer Homepage.

Via Techie-Buzz

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