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Full user review
"weak ui, not reliable"
format hassles. Asking if you want to reformat in Google Docs's own format is a no go. No, Google, I shouldn't have to accommodate you to store and re-access my own stuff. I've caught myself storing 2 versions of each doc: original and Google's reformatted version. If you store the original only, you'll have to download it then re-upload it to edit. If you store it in Google's re-format, you'll lose formats you needed.
I'm sure I don't appreciate the work going into making it work. Google Note, Google Docs, Google Drive are evolving in an encouraging way. But this is not ready for beta.
Work in progress for early adopters who like to experiment and tinker, see what's coming. This is not ready for consumers. Free or not, this will let you down and you should be prepared to lose content and formatting. If you're