Use Drawing In Google Docs To Create Digital Flyers/Artwork

As if you neneeded yet another reason to use Google Docs, we recently discovered that the

As if you needed yet another reason to use Google Docs, we recently discovered that the Drawing portion of Google Docs is actually quite useful.  Especially if you’re not a whiz with Photoshop or can’t afford a copy of your own, Drawing allows you to do some very basic image edits and is capable of creating digital flyers or other artwork.  One of the best features is that it can be saved and used my multiple users for collaboration and acts as an open and editable document the same way a Photoshop PSD file would.  To get started, first sign in to Google Docs. Then select “New” and choose “Drawing” from the drop-down menu.  From there you can get to work on your artwork and then share with bandmates or whoever else you would like.  The above video will give you a quick introduction and is certainly worth a look.