Google Cloud has announced Google Workspace, a modern brand identity that indicates a new deeply integrated product experience, plus new versions to purchase tailored to customers' desires. Google Workspace thoughtfully brings together messaging, meetings, docs, and assigns all built with trusted Google security and powered by the cleanest cloud in the business.
Google has spent decades introducing products that are modest and easy to learn, and that anticipate users’ necessities in a helpful way. More than 2.6 billion consumers, enterprise, and education users now energetically choose to use Google’s productivity and collaboration apps every month.
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Introducing Google Workspace
Google Workspace includes all of the productivity apps you know and love—Gmail, Calendar, Drive, Docs, Sheets, Slides, Meet, and many more. Whether you're returning to the office, working from home, on the frontlines with your mobile device, or connecting with customers, Google Workspace is the best way to create, communicate, and collaborate. Read more, click here.
Creating New Experience
- Linked previews: Available today, linked previews in Docs, Sheets, and Slides enable users to review the content of a link without leaving the original document, saving time switching between apps and tabs, and allowing extra time getting work done.
- Smart chips in Docs, Sheets, and Slides: Beginning to roll out today, when you @mention somebody in a document, a popup will display features providing context and even suggest actions like sharing the file. Helping to connect users to relevant content and people right in Docs, Sheets, and Slides.
- Doc creation in rooms: In the coming weeks, Google Workspace will facilitate users to dynamically create and collaborate on a document within a room in Chat, without ever having to change tabs. This will lessen complexity and assist to ensure all team members have visibility into relevant project work.
- Meet picture-in-picture across Docs, Sheets, and Slides: Back in July, Google introduced it’s bringing Meet picture-in-picture to Gmail and Chat, so users can watch and hear the people they’re working with while collaborating. In the upcoming months, Google will roll out Meet picture-in-picture to Docs, Sheets, and Slides, indicating users will get the advantage of those nonverbal cues that come with actually seeing someone’s face while working together in real-time
Read the below articles to know more about the different features of Google workspace:
G Suite is now Google Workspace: What you need to know
The company is rebranding G Suite to Google Workspace in a move that largely echoes the growing work from anywhere culture that surged in popularity (or by necessity) in 2020. Read more, click here.
Google Workspace: everything you need to get anything done, now in one place
Google Workspace thoughtfully brings together messaging, meetings, docs, and tasks—all built with trusted Google security and powered by the cleanest cloud in the industry. Read more, click here.
G Suite is now Google Workspace
Google is rebranding G Suite, its set of online productivity and collaboration tools for businesses that include the likes of Gmail, Drive, Docs and Meet. Read more, click here.
G Suite’s unlimited Google Drive storage will be discontinued Workspace
Workspace is the latest change Google has made to its online productivity suite and, alongside branding and workflow updates, the company is also tweaking some of the capabilities. Read more, click here.
Google G-Suite Becomes Google Workspace
Google is turning G Suite into Google Workspace. This all-in-one environment offers everything that professionals need to work effectively in one place. Read more, click here.
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