Synchronize Local Documents With Google Docs Using DocSyncer
By on December 6th, 2007

Google Docs is one of the most popular services used to edit Word and Excel documents online. You can easily download all the documents from Google Docs to your local machine and vice versa.

The process of uploading and downloading the documents can get tedious at times and a automatic synchronizer should definitely be helpful. DocSyncer is a useful utility which will allow you to synchronize your local documents with Google Docs.

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DocSyncer will initially upload all your documents to your Google Docs account and then keep a watch on the documents for any changes that are made to them. It will automatically synchronize the changes. If you add or save new documents it will automatically be uploaded to your Google Docs account.

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DocSyncer is invite only right now. You can sign up for an invite.

My 2 Cents

Definitely a useful utility which will allow you to synchronize documents. It would be a great software if it could be used to synchronize documents between multiple computers and Google Docs. I am waiting for an invite to come through so at this point I cannot say much about the usability experience.

Via: [Digital Inspiration]

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