Google Drawings is an online tool to help users create images, charts, posters, and other drawing needs. Similar to other Google tools, you can collaborate with others, publish online, or download an image file. Google Drawings works great with other Google tools such as creating a chart to place into Google Docs.
Traditionally, Google Slides has been used as a presentation tool, a rotating slideshow of images and facts relating to a specific topic. ... Google Draw tends to be not quite as popular as Slides but is often used for students to make basic digital creations such as characters, logos, and Google Doc embellishments.
Google have announced that users can now edit images in Drawings and Slides, here's how to do it in a Google Doc. ... From your Google Doc, select the Insert menu and choose Drawing. In the drawing click on the Insert Image icon and upload your image or choose one from other options.
With Google Forms, you can create and analyze surveys right in your mobile or web browser—no special software required. You get instant results as they come in. And, you can summarize survey results at a glance with charts and graphs.
To copy to the Web clipboard, click the Web clipboard icon, and select 'Copy entire drawing to web clipboard'. Then paste it into another Google Doc. To download, click 'File', 'Download as', then select the appropriate file format. The image will be saved to your downloads folder.