Sync Google Docs Documents With Your Desktop Documents
By on November 4th, 2008

Sometime back we had told you about a wonderful application called DocSyncer which allowed you to synchronize and upload documents to your Docs account, unfortunately the service folded up and entered the .

Since then I have used several useful tools with my Google Docs account, but have always missed the availability of a synchronizer that will keep my Google Docs and local documents in sync.

Though the bad news was short-lived as I came across a very interesting synchronizing service called Syncplicity that has the ability to synchronize your Google Docs documents with your local PC.

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The service is still in beta, so you can expect a few bugs here are there, but this is definitely going to be a very useful addition.

Digital Inspiration has a tutorial on setting up your Google Docs account with Syncplicity, so check it out to get started with the synchronization process.

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