Updates from Google, Microsoft, and Slack last week are designed to reduce SaaS friction and streamline your experience. We have all the update details here.
Last week was filled with G Suite updates designed to make admins’ lives easier. Check out our recap to learn about all the ways that Google is working to help make your life a breeze.
Dark mode, and 2FA, and Personal Vault, oh my! Read up on all the big SaaS updates from last week here.
Just a few SaaS updates to catch up on from last week. Google has started rolling out dark mode for Gmail and has made it easier to keep track of your chats on Hangout Chat. For the full rundown of last week’s updates, check out our recap article.
Last week, Slack rolled out shared channels, a new way to work with people outside your company. Google announced live captions in Hangouts Meet (for Android), plus an easier way to find bots within Hangouts Chat, and more.
This week’s SaaS updates range from a dark mode across all desktop apps for Slack to a new version of Microsoft To Do, and even updates to Jamboard’s mobile app.
There aren’t many SaaS updates from the post-Labor Day week to catch up on. Last week, Google made the working hours feature in Google Calendar the default and is now showing more information about devices with basic mobile management in the G Suite Admin console. Read on for more information about these updates.
This week in the SaaS world: Google introduced the Professional Collaboration Engineer certification for G Suite admins, plus there were updates for Google Slides, the Vault API, and more. Microsoft rolled out updates to Excel, PowerPoint, Yammer, and more.
Google released a number of G Suite updates last week. From shortcuts in Drive to being able to fill out PDFs on mobile, these updates are here to make your life a breeze. Keep reading for last week’s G Suite updates.
Missed the SaaS updates last week? Catch up here. Google released a number of updates targeted at making teachers’ lives easier. Google also announced new fonts that are designed to improve reading speed. For a full rundown of last week’s SaaS updates, keep reading.