G Suite updates from last week are here to make your life a little easier. Read all about the new and exciting updates, which include a solution to prevent double-booked rooms, a time-saving scheduling feature, and improved organization in Team Drives.
There were countless SaaS updates last week. So many, in fact, that this newsletter is a recap of recaps. Scroll through to catch up on everything you may have missed.
Grab a cup of coffee and settle in for this update post. G Suite pushed out a ton of updates last week, many of which had to do with Gmail (Smart Compose is getting very personal). For the details on all nine G Suite updates, keep reading.
Last week Gmail got more dynamic, Hangouts got more actionable alerts, and 2FA for G Suite got better. For less vague descriptions, read below!
The G Suite updates are here to make your work life a breeze. With a new priority page and file suggestions coming to Drive, plus three new highly suggested modifications to Task, and the ability to find meeting organizers in order to more easily switch rooms, your work life is about to get much easier to manage. For all of last week’s updates, keep reading.
Last week’s G Suite updates include the ability to delete your direct message history in Hangouts Chat, a new look for Google Drive, and the beginning of the migration of video conferencing for your recurring Calendar events from classic Hangouts to Meet. For all of last week’s SaaS updates, keep reading!
This week in G Suite updates: Google is making life easier for G Suite super admins, two new products are in beta, and Google Vault has added support for two new types of content. For the full rundown on this week’s G Suite updates, continue reading.
It was a busy week for G Suite SaaS updates. Intelligent search in G Suite is available to the masses, Google Docs, Sheets, and Slides are now more accessible, and admins have more control over who has access to corporate data. For the full run-down of SaaS updates, read on.
Didn’t catch the SaaS updates last week? Don’t worry, you didn’t miss much. Google announced a change in Hangouts notifications for Android, launched a new feature in Vault that will help you copy your chats from Mail and preserve your messages, and updated the “What’s new in G Suite?” Help Center article to make it easier to search (an update to updates? How meta).
It was a week filled with big updates from Google. The tech giant made it easier to manage your inbox and automate processes with new APIs. For all the updates from the week, read on.