Google is today adding new templates to the initial selection it first rolled out to Google Docs, Sheets, and Slides back in September of last year.

Google notes that the new templates added today were “designed by five experts in their fields,” some of which include a budgeting template designed by Intuit, lesson plan and book report templates for Docs created by Reading Rainbow, and a few others.

As for Slides, students will be able to make use of a new Google Science Fair template for class projects, and startups will find new GV Pitch and Big Idea templates for business presentations.

The new templates are available to users on both the web and mobile apps including iOS and Android starting today.

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