A footnote is a note at the bottom of the page in a document or book. The footnote is for providing additional information or citation for a particular point in the content. These can be used for site sources or to give extra context to the statement.
In Google Docs, Footnote can be inserted in just a few clicks.
Add Footnote in Google Docs on Desktop
- Open your Google Docs File.
- Place the cursor where you want to add a footnote.
- Go to the “Insert” menu.
- Click on Footnote.
- You can see the footnote at the cursor and footer.
Google Docs Footnote on Mobile Device
- Open your Google Docs file in the app.
- Place the cursor where you need the footnote.
- Find the “+” icon on the top and tap on it.
- Scroll and find the Footnote option in the Insert menu, tap on it.
- The footnote section will appear at the place of your cursor and in the footer.