If you’ve ever wondered how to get started it’s important Google Docs If a document, be it an essay, a report or the most lucrative news article, you may have previously squeezed out random words while trying to get them to write.
However, it seems that the introduction of one particularly common word may be enough to crash Google A word processing program after the company discovered a rather embarrassing mistake.
According to Google support pages, it is enough to type the rarely used word “I” at the beginning of the document several times to completely crash the program.
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The flaw was discovered by Pat Needham, a poster on Google Document Editors Help Forumwho found that by typing “I. I. I. I. I.” in a new document will cause it to fail.
Namely, Google Docs will display its usual error message “Something went wrong” as well as a pop-up window stating that “file could not be loaded”. Reloading the document caused the same problem that caused the user to exit Google Docs completely.
Needham said they found a problem using Google Chrome browserwith documents from three separate Google accounts (personal, G Suite Basic and possibly corporate), all faced the same problem.
In response to Needham’s comment, a Google employee said the company was aware of the problem and was working to fix it “right now.” “Thank you for opening this issue and sharing it with us. We will keep you posted!” they added.
On the TechRadar Pro machine the problem now seems to have been solved, so this is another possible reason for missing the deadline.
The news, ironically, came shortly after Google Docs released a number of new ones auxiliary features of writing including suggestions on synonym structure and suggestions to help users improve writing quality.
The service will also indicate any “inappropriate” language, as well as cases where the writer is better served by an active rather than a passive voice.