Strikethrough text options let you do a very minor example of version control. Here is an
It's something that I see used a lot on blog posts including my own. New info comes to light so you want to correct things, without necessarily pretending that you got them right first time. It can also be used extremely effectively in contentious posts as this subtly edited Cancer Research UK Science Blog post shows. Supporters of the expensive and unproven Burzynski cancer intervention wanted certain things changed on the post, they almost got their way ;)
In html you can just append the strike tag around the word to be amended (no spaces between the angle brackets though, I had to write it like that so that it would show up on the screen).
< strike >On Google Drive / Google Docs there doesn't appear to be an obvious button to click to strikethrough text - but it is possible to do this, with this keyboard shortcut:
TEXT< /strike >
PC: Alt + Shift + 5
Mac: Option + Shift + 5
In the menu options Strikethrough can be found in Format - which isn't that surprising. But I like keyboard shortcuts.
More Google Drive / Docs keyboard shortcuts for Mac and PC
The StackExchange page that told me about this, when I googled for help