Google's Docs, Sheets and Slides applications are some of the most popular for creating and managing files on smartphones. The applications received updates with one very useful feature that makes it easier for users to view and retrieve deleted files.
Google announced the new update on its blog, mentioning that the new feature makes it easy to retrieve trashed files that users might need and have accidentally or intentionally deleted.
In order to use the feature, users simply need to select the Trash section from the navigation menu in their Docs, Sheets or Slides app. Users are then given the option to restore or permanently delete the files found in the Trash section.
The update has been launched to both rapid and scheduled releases, which means that it should be available to users soon, but in some cases, it might take longer than three days to reach them.
Last month, Google provided another update to its Docs, Sheets and Slides apps, one that would allow users to multitask more easily on their Android or iOS devices. The feature allows users to edit a document while chatting with others at the same time.
Recently, Google also renamed its suite of productivity applications from Apps for Work to G Suite. The collection of apps includes Gmail, Docs, Slides, Sheets, Drive, Calendar, Hangouts, and more. The suite carried the Apps for Work name for about 10 years.