How use the Helperbird Add-on for Google Docs


This comprehensive guide provides step-by-step instructions for installing and using the Helperbird Add-on in Google Docs. Experience a more accessible and enhanced document editing workflow with Helperbird's built-in features.


A Google Account is required to access Google Docs.

Make sure you are logged into your Google Account before proceeding.

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How to Add the Helperbird Add-on to Google Docs

Step 1: Open Google Docs: Start a Google Docs document.

Step 2: Add-ons Menu: Click "Add-ons" in the top toolbar.

Step 3: Get Add-ons: Select "Get add-ons".

Step 4: Find Helperbird: Search for Helperbird in the G Suite Marketplace.

Step 5: Install Helperbird: Click "Install" on the Helperbird listing.

Step 6: Confirm Installation: Allow permissions in the pop-up window.

Step 7: Use Helperbird: The add-on will be available in the "Add-ons" menu.

Please Note

Additional steps such as signing into your Helperbird account or obtaining admin approval may be required to use certain features.

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