Editing Microsoft office documents on the mobile version of Google Docs, sheets and slides was once quite a laborious task. Because the two are not completely compatible, users need to go through unnecessary and inconvenient format conversion process, which makes it a painful experience to edit MS office files on mobile devices using Google productivity suite. < / P > < p > fortunately, the search giant has just launched a feature update to support local editing, modification and annotation of MS office documents (DOC, xls, PPT). < / P > < p > now, Google productivity suite users can get an unprecedented history of office document versions and real-time collaboration experience, supplemented by improved sharing options and control experiences. < / P > < p > in fact, as early as last year, Google has launched similar functions on the web. Only Android users have been waiting for a long time to have this native experience in the new version of DOC, sheets and slides. < / P > < p > according to Google, G suite and Gmail customers will welcome local editing support for MS office documents from now on, but this process may take more than two weeks to complete. Global Tech