Zoho Vs. Google Doc. By: Ewa Colantuono
Zoho is an online word processor that allows you to create and share documents online.
Google Docs is a free, Web-based word processor, spreadsheet, presentation, form, and data storage service offered by Google.
Capabilities of Zoho Create, format documents online with a strong WYSIWYG editor Access, edit, and share by email address documents online Periodic auto-saving of your documents to avoid data loss Post your documents to your blogs (Blogger, LiveJournal, Typepad, WordPress etc) from within Zoho Writer View, edit and save documents available on the web directly View your documents' revision history Publish your documents online for public view Tag your documents for easy access
Lock your documents while working in shared mode
Capabilities of Google Document Easily format your documents, spell-check them Invite others by email to edit or view your documents. Edit documents online with anyone you choose View your documents' revision history Publish documents online as web pages or post documents to your blog.
Email your documents as attachments.
Browsers that Support Zoho
Internet Explorer 6.0+ & above
Browsers that support Google Document
Files in Zoho Create a document from scratch by clicking on the 'New' button and entering text in the edit frame. Import documents of various file types - doc, html, sxw, rtf, txt - from online or your desktop and edit them.
You can also import jpg, gif & png image files.
Files in Google Doc.
Saving onto Zoho
You can save a document from Zoho Writer to your hard drive by clicking on the "Export" link present at the top & choosing one of the formats you will be asked to save the document in the specific location of your hard drive.
Saving onto Google Doc.
For Documents : Go to the edit page of the document you want to save, click File , then pick one of the Download as an choice.
A clip showing how Zoho works: