This online Google Docs skills test evaluates candidates’ technical knowledge of the software and their ability to create documents for both print and web. This pre-employment skills test helps you identify document creators who are well-versed in Google Docs and use it effectively.
Document customization and preparation
Inserting and working with objects
Reviewing and presenting
Sharing and collaboration
Administrators, editors, secretaries, executive assistants, personal assistants, report writers, proposal writers, newsletter and brochure designers, and other roles that require intermediate skill in Google Docs.
Online document editors are a fundamental part of everyday life in business. They are a flexible tool that can be used to write reports, produce proposals, take meeting notes, track projects, or produce documents to be embedded on a website or specifically for printing. Collaboration is also possible with individual specialists in fields such as copywriting, formatting, and design, all working on their own aspects of the document at the same time.
The Google Docs test for document creators assesses candidates’ knowledge around the core functionality of Google Docs. Through questions that focus on design elements and tools from the software, it evaluates candidates’ skills to format and edit text and incorporate elements such as tables, headers and footers, watermarks, and external items such as images and charts.
Candidates who perform well on this test have a strong grasp of Google Docs and practical experience using the software. They know how to create and format documents for specific purposes and how to prepare them for publishing to the web and printing. The test ensures that these candidates have all the technical skills needed to represent your company’s vision and move it forward.
With a background in IT and training in education, Phil has been freelancing since 2017. He specializes in Google Workspace and many of the apps within that environment such as Sites, Docs, Sheets, Slides and Forms. He also creates primary school resources for teachers in the US and works regularly in Shopify and Quickbooks for an online supplier of garden fencing. He works from home in the scenic Peak District National Park in the United Kingdom.
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