If you love using Google Docs, you’re going to love this cool Chrome extension. And if you’ve thought about switching to Google Docs, this may be what pushes you over the edge.
This Chrome extension is called, Draftback, and it can play back any Google Doc’s revision history.
It’s like watching an instant reply or movie of your document coming to life!
If you’re worried about security, don’t.
“With Draftback, your data is kept entirely private. Draftback was purposely designed so that you could play back your own docs without having to share them with a third party. This is -your- data; Draftback just lets you see it in a new way.”
“Draftback only needs access to docs.google.com to get the revision data for playback—but that data never leaves your own browser.”
Even if you’re not a heavy Google Docs user, it might be interesting to visualize your writing process—or if you need some fun special effects for a video project. Type out your text, play it back while doing a screen record, and you’ve got yourself some nice b-roll. 🙂