Posted October 17, 2018 05:20:15 A bill can be filed in less time than five, thanks to a new feature in the new Google Docs application.
The company announced on Monday that a new appointment feature allows you to upload your current bill in under five minutes.
This feature, which is available in the Google Doc app for iPhone, iPad and Android, will help you to file your bills quickly and efficiently.
“This new feature will allow us to save you time and help you file your bill faster,” said Google Doc head of product management, Mike Sperber, in a blog post.
“By uploading your bill now, you can save time, make sure your bills are on time and get the most from your time.”
Google Doc currently lets users upload their current bills as a PDF document, which takes up about 15 minutes to download.
The new feature, however, allows you the option to upload as a Microsoft Word file and take up about 30 minutes to upload.
The Microsoft Word upload is quicker and easier than the PDF upload because you can see the date and amount of your bill and its subject line, according to Google Doc.
Google Doc also offers a similar feature for Apple’s Apple Pay.
Google also made the announcement in a statement to CNBC on Monday, stating, “Google Doc is the most convenient and convenient way to file bills.
With Google Doc, you have all of the features you need in one place, while keeping all your documents on the cloud so you can access them anytime, anywhere.”
The new appointment function is available on the Google App and the Google Drive app, and the feature is also available in Google Reader, Google Calendar and Google Doc Plus.
You can also view your current bills in the calendar or view the entire month on the calendar, which you can do in just a few clicks.
Google said that you can also create a new bill by right-clicking on the item and selecting Create New Bill.
“Google Drive and Google App are also working on more convenient ways to share your bills,” Sperberg said in the blog post, adding that these new features are “coming soon.”
“We’re working on making it even easier to share, including sharing your bills directly from Google Drive or Google App,” he added.