Download Kaizena for Google Docs & Google Slides

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Hello everyone, you can download Kaizena for Google Docs and Google Slides and use one a pretty underrated add-on that allows you add audio comments and notes on your own or someone else’s Google Doc or Google Slides document/file.

Today we will highlight some reasons, albeit obvious on why we think you should go ahead and install Kaizena add-on right now on your Google Docs. Like I mentioned earlier, it also works with Google Slides but I know the majority of you will use it mostly for Docs. I honestly and I am really surprised that such a feature isn’t already automatically available within Docs, it’s something that I am sure Google will probably add sooner than later, they might even buy Kaizena out and it wouldn’t surprise me one bit. This add-on is especially useful for teachers and students so that they can both share comments and notes about each others Google Docs on specific paragraphs, sentences, words etc, it’s a really neat app that you have to check out for yourself to see what I mean. Let us know in the comments below what you think about it and if you, your school or organization find it useful.

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Download Kaizena for Google Docs & Google Slides

What is Kaizena About?

Kaizena is an add-on for your Google Docs and Google Slides that allows you to insert text, audio and video without leaving the student’s document for feedback and or comments.

Kaizena add-on Features

  • Highlight and record a voice comment without leaving Google Docs.
  • Stop repeating yourself with our Lessons feature, which let you attach saved feedback to highlights inside a Google Doc.
  • Track evidence of skills students demonstrate in their Google Docs with our Skills feature.
  • Students will be able to edit their work immediately after receiving your feedback. Easier for peers to provide feedback, any Google Doc collaborator can provide feedback.

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You can always try Doc to Form for Google Docs.

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