Teachers! Lend me your ears — well eyes — the app draftback is a pretty interesting tool for looking at files in Google Drive. It allows the owner or people who have access to the document and see every single revision done to it, since the document was created in a video that you can thankfully adjust the speed setting to. There is also an option to see a graph of revisions and its correlation to the documents length.
Generally speaking draftback is for mostly teachers and professors that want to see whether or not a student has either cheated, or just copied and pasted some work from another person without citing them. However, it can also be used as a way to show students where they get stuck on a paper, or where their trouble areas are. So it’s both for constructive criticisms, and calling out the students that don’t do their own work which is pretty useful. How do you do it? You may ask, well it’s pretty simple, I’ll show you in the video below.