Google Docs Now Allows You to Add a Text Watermark

Google recently provided the option to watermark photographs in Google Docs, and now the same capability is being added for text.

Google Workspace introduced the new watermark function in a blog post. Google stated in it, “You may now apply a text watermark to your Google Docs documents.” Additionally, while dealing with Microsoft Word documents, either importing or exporting your files, text watermarks will be kept.”

Text watermarks will display on every page of the document, so you may use this new feature to signal that anything is a draft or secret.
Apart from adding watermarks, Google stated that the update will keep watermarks on documents imported from Microsoft Word, requiring one fewer editing step to migrate your papers between Microsoft and Google’s document editing tools.

Simply select “Insert,” then “Watermark,” followed by “Text,” to add a watermark to your document. This will add whatever text you want on each page of your Google Doc until the watermark is removed.