Google launched new tool for making drawings in Google Docs. “Google Docs now let you collaborate on drawings. New drawing editor lets you share drawings just like you share spreadsheets, documents, and presentations. You can also simultaneously edit drawings with your friends and chat with them right in the editor. You can insert text, shapes, arrows, scribbles, and add images from your hard drive or from Web. You can also use alignment guides, snap to grid, and auto distribution to lay out drawings with precision. Once you’ve perfected your drawing, use it pretty much anywhere — copy & paste drawings into other document types using web clipboard, then make edits with embedded drawing editor, publish them as images hosted by Google, insert them into other web pages, or download them as PNGs, JPGs, PDFs, and SVG. Please note if you want to edit your drawings in new editor, you need a browser with SVG support,” explain Google.