[Tex/LaTex] LaTeX wrapper for use in Google Docs


I collaboratively edit documents in Google Docs. Unfortunately, there are no LaTeX macros/wrappers I know of for Google Docs. So, editing a TeX file on Google Docs is like going back to the old days when you had to edit LaTeX in plan text.

Does anybody know of a LaTeX wrapper for Google Docs/Drive?

Best Answer

Auto-Latex Equations add-on for Google Docs

For all math equations typeset in MathJax/LaTeX, the Auto-Latex Equations add-on for Google Docs is free and works brilliantly. It simply replaces all your math with high-quality images of the equation.

All you have to do is type an equation within delimiters, like $$55 + \sqrt{5}$$ and it can be rendered in super high quality at whatever time you like by rendering all the equations in your document. If you mess up, you can always undo one or all the equations.

You can get it for free at the Google Docs add-ons store.