It’s yet another great feature by the Gnome team which allows a user to view Google Docs documents through the app. In order to do so you need to add some account to the Online Accounts tools which offers integration with free and open ownCloud, Google, Facebook and many other services. Here I must repeat, even if you enable any such account, unlike Ubuntu Dash Gnome won’t be tracking any search queries that you run in overview.
There are many such features in Gnome which enhances the user experience and they don’t come in your way too. You can explore Gnome 3.10 by installing it on your PC.
The great thing about openSUSE (or I think any other distro) is that you can run both Gnome and KDE side by side and switch between them through login screen.
By offering Gnome 3.10.1, openSUSE team has once again showed that they are committed to offer the latest and the best from the free and open source software.
Even if you are not a Gnome user, just download the openSUSE 13.1 DVD and choose Gnome from the option and give it a try. If you are a Gnome user then you must download it, test it and give feed back to openSUSE developers if you find any bugs.