It was a week filled with big updates from Google. The tech giant made it easier to manage your inbox, automate processes with new APIs, and stay up to date with your Salesforce data. For all the updates from this week, read on.
Last week, Google released a number of updates. G Suite admins can automatically provision users in three new apps and can more easily enter building locations into the admin console thanks to a few of last week’s updates. Google changed how users give apps permissions to access their information, giving end users have more granular control over what data they choose to share with each app. And, the update we’ve all been waiting for, more Thai fonts are now available in Docs, Sheets, and Slides! For all of last week’s SaaS updates, read below.
Microsoft, Google, and Asana released SaaS updates this week. Gmail is getting a mobile facelift and you can now sort and filter on Asana Boards. Keep reading for the rest of this week’s updates.
This week, Google introduced updates to Hangouts, gave us new Gmail features, and released improvements to Jamboard.
Last week, Google announced new pricing for G Suite Basic and Business editions. Additionally, they announced that Docs, Sheets, Slides, and Sites will be getting a new look and feel on the web, plus a few more updates.
Just a few SaaS updates last week. You can now embed Google Drawings files saved in Drive into Google Docs, and you can also assign unique colors to chart elements in Google Sheets. Google is adding auto-provisioning support for two new apps: monday and Proxyclick.
It’s the first SaaS Updates of 2019! There’s only one update for the week: Microsoft is introducing new advanced security and compliance offerings for Microsoft 365.
The big news this week: Google is opening G Suite file access to non-Google users (!). They’re introducing a beta for an “easy pincode identity verification process” that will enable G Suite users to invite non-G Suite users to collaborate on files as visitors. In separate news, Google is also adding the ability to compare G Suite adoption and use between OUs. And lastly, Microsoft introduced the Office app for Windows 10.
Last week, Google released a handful of updates. G Suite admins can now view company-owned desktop and mobile devices in one place, control access to G Suite apps and services using Groups, and get better info on spam messages in email log search. Google also released new features for Hangouts Meet and the G Suite security center. Say farewell to a few things: Google Fusion Tables will be shut down next December, and the Admin console “Uninstall” feature for apps will be removed next January.
Last week, Google announced that it’s bringing Smart Reply to Hangouts Chat. Additionally, you can now create and manage web apps through the Admin console. Google will also be removing two Admin console notification methods on December 31, 2018. In addition, Microsoft is rolling out live captions and subtitles in PowerPoint and a new mobile design for Outlook. And finally, Smartsheet is introducing a new navigation experience.