Google Suite offers you a useful way to view all changes that have occurred in a Google Docs, Sheets, or Slides file. This is very useful when you have made many changes to a file or work as part of a layer and need to track changes made in a shared file. Here are the latest changes to your Google Docs file.
Here are the latest changes to your Google Docs file
Note! If you do not have editing permission for a file, you won't be able to view the version history section of a file.
First open a file that you have saved on Google Docs, Sheets, or Slides. I use Google Docs, but the process is the same for the two other services.
Once you have opened a document, go to File> Version History> View Version History. Alternatively, you can press Ctrl + Alt + Shift + H.
Changes are grouped in time periods to make it a little easier for you to choose between different versions that have been saved. When your version history opens, click to expand any recent changes made to the current version of your file. 
From here you can see every single change that has happened. This includes anything like adding or subtracting characters, punctuation, links, pictures, etc.
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Click a Change
If the particular change you clicked has multiple changes in it, you can click on the chevron icon to jump through them.
To return to your current version of the file, click the arrow at the top of the window.