The Google Docs' new Live Edits feature was created to help users who are visually impaired. Live Edits will give users the ability to stay current on edits made by other users who have access to the document. The new feature is designed to be used in conjunction with a screen reader or Braille display, where the sidebar can detail live changes made to the document. The changes to the document are also able to read to the user. Users are able to track changes made by all partiers or track one user.
The new capabilities are the largest accessibility feature from Google. The company has recently released a number of updated features that will help a large number of people dealing with impairments to better navigate their environment.
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