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Google+ will finally die for good in 2023 with ‘Currents’ shutdown

Google+ was Google's attempt at building a social network, but it was finally shut down in April 2019 due to its unpopularity and API security problems. However, Google+ continued to live on for business accounts as 'Google Currents' in G Suite, where everyone in an organization or company could make posts and talk to each...

Legacy G Suite accounts will be able to migrate their data to a free account

Back in the day, Google used to offer a free G Suite plan that allowed users to have a Google account with a custom domain. Google stopped offering this tier in 2012 but those who had created a free account were able to continue to use the service, up until now. Last week, Google began...

Google will force free G Suite accounts to paid plans, starting in July

Google online accounts usually fall into one of two categories: free personal accounts with a @gmail.com address attached, and workplace accounts provided by a company or organization. There are also some Google accounts, which offer the custom domain ability of corporate accounts (e.g. having [email protected] as a Gmail account) for free, but now Google is...

Gmail, Calendar, Drive, Docs, Meet, etc. get new icons and features as part of G Suite’s rebranding into Google Workspace

Earlier this year in July, we learned that Google was working on integrating Docs, Chat, and Meet with Gmail. And soon after the first leak popped up, Google announced the integration as an early access preview for G Suite customers. The company has now gone ahead and completely revamped G Suite as Google Workspace, with...

Google extends unlimited Meet calls for free users and adds noise cancellation on mobile for G Suite Enterprise users

When Google made Meet free for everyone to use, it came with the stipulation that, after September 30, call length would be limited to just one hour. If you wanted to make calls longer than that (up to 24 hours), you’d have to become a business user. With lockdown restrictions more or less the same as...

You can now collaborate on Microsoft Office files uploaded to Google Docs, Sheets, or Slides

An update introduced to Google Docs, Slides, and Sheets on Tuesday allows Android users the ability to collaborate on Microsoft Office files. The feature is pretty self-explanatory; it will allow users to edit, comment, and collaborate on Microsoft Office files, such as those from Microsoft Word, PowerPoint, or Excel. Google Docs, Sheets, and Slides on Android...

Google rolls out Google Meet, Chat, and Rooms tabs in Gmail for G Suite customers

Google has a lot of different tools for staying productive while working from home, including Meet, Chat, and Rooms. Now, the search giant is adding tabs for each service inside the Gmail app, but only for G Suite customers at this time. Google announced the rollout for the new Meet, Chat, and Rooms tabs in a...

Google adds link previews, Smart Compose, and more to Docs, Sheets, and Slides for Android

Google on Wednesday introduced a slew of new features for Docs, Sheets, and Slides on Android. The new features, which include Smart Compose and link previews, were previously made available for G Suite users on the web. Smart Compose aims to save you time by providing Docs users with suggestions for what to type next. Google...

G Suite users can now edit Google Calendar events directly in Gmail or Google Docs

Gmail and Docs on the desktop, along with a bevy of other Google services, features a side panel with shortcuts to Google Tasks, Keep, and 3rd-party add-ons. Google Calendar is another one of these shortcuts and it allows you to view the schedule for a single day, add events, and delete events. Soon, it will...

Google Meet’s background noise cancellation feature is pretty amazing

Google Meet, formerly known as "Hangouts Meet," has primarily been the company's video conferencing platform for G Suite users. Recently, however, Google opened Meet up to everyone as video calling has become much more common due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Back in April, Google announced a noise cancellation feature for Meet, and today we're getting...

“Search Chips” help refine searches in Gmail for G Suite users

Gmail is a nearly ubiquitous method for communication, which is a good and bad thing. You can contact pretty much anyone if you have their email address, but that also means anyone can contact you if they have your address. This can lead to an inbox full of thousands of emails, which is why search...

Google is making a messaging app for G Suite that combines Gmail, Hangouts Meet/Chat, and Drive

You are probably already privy to the news that Google will be doing away with Hangouts sooner or later, and in doing so, they've broken it apart into two different services for G Suite enterprise users: Hangouts Meet, which serves as a platform for video chatting for online meetings, and Hangouts Chat, which helps users...
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