Google has announced that it is revamping the “first open experience” in Docs on Android devices.

Last month, the company announced a more creation-focused experience when first opening the Sheets and Slides apps on Android devices.

Now, this is extending to the Docs app, “which will now start in edit mode,” the tech giant said in a Workspace Updates blog post.

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“Additionally, the formatting toolbar will be more visible, you will see an I-beam cursor, and tapping once exposes an on-screen keyboard unless a physical keyboard is attached.”

Also, the tech giant announced an option to insert a link and press the tab key to convert the link into a smart chip in Google Sheets.

Users can access this feature when they copy and paste email addresses or links to Drive files, Maps places, or Youtube videos into a Sheet.

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