Google is adding a new printing feature to its Cloud Print service that lets you easily print Google products.
As part of the new feature, you can select a print type from the list of available colors, fonts, sizes, and other options that appear on the page you’re currently viewing.
When you print an item, you’ll be prompted to confirm the print before proceeding with your print.
To make your print, select the option on the left side of the page, and click the print button.
It will take a few seconds to finish, and you’ll see the final product.
The print will be displayed on a new screen in the print window.
To preview the print, tap the preview button at the bottom of the screen, and then tap the green checkmark next to the preview icon to launch a preview of the print.
Once you’re done, tap Done to close the print preview window.
Once the print is finished, you’re good to go!
The print is not stored on Google Cloud.
To access the print options, click on the print link at the top of the Print page.
Once the print option is displayed, you need to click on it to print.
When printing to Google Cloud, you may need to verify the print and select the appropriate print type to print it.
You can print any item, including custom images, PDFs, and images from other Google products, so long as they conform to the following guidelines:The items selected will automatically be created on the device, but it may take some time for them to be printed.
When the print has been completed, you should receive a notification on your device’s screen with a green check mark.
To print custom images:When you’re ready to print a custom image, tap on the image in the Google Cloud print menu.
You can now select the desired image size and color, as well as customize the color, shape, and size of the image.
For more information on the color and shape options, check out the Google Customize page on the Cloud Print page in the Print section of the Google Store.
To select a different file format:Once you’ve selected a file format, tap Add file.
You’ll be asked to specify which file format you’d like to use, and when you’re finished, tap Continue to add the file to your print queue.