Wednesday, July 7, 2021

Use bookmarks in Google Docs to send readers to an exact point in your document that you would like them to see.

Bookmarks in Docs are just like a bookmark that you would use to mark your place in a book. You use bookmarks to mark a location in a document so that you can quickly find and jump back to it. This is quite helpful, especially when you may have lots of documents to read/edit.

Another use would be to allow you or your readers to jump to a specific part in the doc itself. To do this:

  • Insert a bookmark at the specific part of your doc

  • Click on the bookmark

  • Right click where it says link

  • Copy the URL and place it in your document.

Embedded below is a 1 minute and 45 second YouTube tutorial.

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