Google in a recent update of the blog post, optimizing the productivity performance of its applications on Android tablets, nothing more noteworthy than the improvement of the drag and drop function. Google said the slideshow tool Slides on the tablet, in split-screen mode can drag and drop text and images from the slideshow to other applications.
The whole operation is also very simple, the user just needs to open Slides and another application in split screen mode. Click and hold on the element you want to move in the slideshow and drag it to the target app. Apps like Google Keep have added this feature before, so it should work in the Google Workspace app.
The new version of Google Drive not only optimizes the drag-and-drop operation for tablets, but also makes it easier to drag and drop files and folders. Users only need to open two Google Drive in split screen mode at the same time, then you can drag and drop some files from one file path to another.
Google Docs gets full mouse support on Android tablets. This allows tablet users to use the same full mouse functionality they have on the web. This means you can now click and drag text to select that section instead of panning the entire document.