Google docs adds integrated translation

Google is making the most of its translation technology by introducing it to more and more of its products. The latest to take advantage of it is Google Docs. Users can now translate documents from inside the editor. 

There are 53 languages to choose from, but other than the convenience, the feature doesn’t add anything to the quality of the translations above the standard Google Translate.

Along with this new feature, Google is introducing another small change that some are really going to appreciate, the possibility to use standard quotes rather than the smartquotes that Docs uses by default. 
For those who specifically need to use quotes in their documents, for publishing, it’s a great addition.