When you write articles, you must generate a detailed and accurate list of all the sources you mentioned in your article. With Google Docs you can easily search and add quotes to all your research documents.
Start your browser, go to Google Docs and open a document. Click the "Explore" icon at the bottom right to open a window on the right.
Or press Ctrl + Alt + Shift + I on Windows / Chrome OS or Cmd + Option + Shift + I on macOS to open it with the shortcut.
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 Explore is a bit like the Google Assistant or Docs. When you open the tool, it parses your document for related topics to speed up web searches and images you can add in Documents.
If Explore cannot find related items in your document, type what you are looking for in the search bar and press the Enter key to search the Internet manually.
Click on the three vertical dots and choose which style quote you want to use. The options are MLA, APA and Chicago styles.
highlight the text – or place the text cursor – to which you want to add a quote, move the mouse pointer over the search result in the Explore panel, and then click the "Quote as footnote" icon
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