Last week G Suite enhanced desktop security for Windows and G Suite Add-ons began rolling out. Our SaaS update post has the full rundown of SaaS updates from last week.
Are you a super admin who has needed to recover your own password in the past? Luckily, G Suite made that easier last week. Check out our update post for all of last week’s SaaS updates if you want to learn how else SaaS is making your life easier.
G Suite released a handful of updates last week, ranging from a new way to make your charts pop to changes to the Access Transparency logs. Find all of last week’s SaaS updates in our recap post.
There are only three SaaS updates to catch up on. You can find G Suite’s updates from last week here.
Don’t worry if you missed last week’s SaaS updates, there aren’t many to catch up on. All three updates are detailed here.
Last week saw a number of Google Sites updates, dark mode for Google Tasks, and a change to search results in the admin console. We have the full run-down of SaaS updates from last week here.
Google released ten updates last week! If you need to catch up, or just need a refresher on all the new features, you can find all of last week’s updates here.
Last week Google, Slack, and Trello all released SaaS updates. Slack updated popular apps, Google gave us the ability to add to audio to Google Slides Presentations, and Trello improved their Dropbox integration. For all the SaaS updates, check out our recap.
Zendesk is coming to WhatsApp and you can now set group membership deletion limits in GCDS. Find out what else last week’s SaaS updates have given you the ability to accomplish in our recap.
There are lots of exciting SaaS updates from last week to catch up on. Notably, you can now host Hangouts meeting with up to 250 participants and Trello launched a ton of new templates. Read up on all of last week’s SaaS updates here.