Today Google has introduced that Google Docs, Sheets, and Slides have entry to a small pile of new “Lexend” household of fonts meant to make reading a bit simpler. Based on a little bit of analysis which claims that character measurement, spacing, and stretch can improve understanding if personalized to reading pace, the new fonts are available in eight completely different widths from “Zetta” to “Deca.”

Google says it teamed up with typographic designer Thomas Jockin to make the new fonts, with preliminary analysis already exhibiting enhancements in classroom use. There is one snag, although: The fonts work finest when tailor-made to your particular reading pace, and though the font’s website talks a few “fluency test” for selecting your very best measurement, it does not appear to exist proper now.

For extra details about the font’s targets, there’s an amazing interview with the creator revealed over at Medium — although the challenge at the moment lacks a bit when it comes to research particular to the new font, different analysis in typography signifies its adjustments must be useful for these with reading fluency issues.

Adding the new fonts to your library is as simple as perusing the font picker (from the menu bar: Font -> More fonts), trying to find “Lexend,” and choosing those you dig.

The fonts won’t be helpful for everyone, however if you happen to can pin down your boss’ reading pace, you might need a greater probability of constructing certain he truly reads a few of these experiences you spend so much time on.