Images can now be placed in front of or behind text in Google Docs.
For some people, Google Docs is certainly suitable for creating a few text documents, collections of information or the like. There is certainly still a lot of room for improvement here and there, but Google has now addressed a small issue that may have irritated some users.
When you insert an image into a document, you can choose to place it before or after the text for better formatting. As mentioned earlier, this is not a fatal error, but in the case of multiple text-image paragraphs, it is a critical function. As for Word import and export, the functionality is the same.
Google is just starting to roll out the update to all users, which could take until the beginning of June.