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SaaS Updates Summary: February 25 – March 1

BetterCloud Monitor

March 1, 2019

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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.

Intelligent Search in Google Drive Available for All G Suite Editions
G Suite Updates | Google is making Enterprise improvements to the Google Drive search box on desktop available to all G Suite Editions.

G Suite Quick Access Side Panel in Drive
G Suite Updates | You can now access the side panel while using Drive on the web. That means you can access Calendar, Keep, and Task while using Drive, Gmail, Calendar, or Editor products (Docs, Sheets, and Slides).

Spelling and Grammar Improvements in Docs for Enterprise
G Suite Updates | Earlier this year Google introduced a BETA for new grammar suggestions in Google Docs. Now they’re making this feature available for G Suite Basic, Business, and Enterprise users. The new features enhance existing spell check functions and highlight possible grammatical errors in your text.

Accessibility Settings Are Now Easier to Access on Docs, Sheets, and Slides
G Suite Updates | It’s now easier to discover accessibility features like screen reader support, braille support, and screen magnifier support in Docs, Sheets, and Slides.

Insert a Table of Contents in Google Sites
G Suite Updates | Editors can insert a table of contents into a page with a simple click — headings and subheadings will automatically update as content is added to the page.

Updated UI for Jamboard Web Home Page
G Suite Updates | To create an interface that’s clearer and easier to navigate, Google is updating the design of the Jamboard home page (jamboard.google.com). This builds on recent updates that made it easier to create and edits jams on the web.

Control Access to Corporate Data on Chrome, Mac, and Windows Devices With Endpoint Verification
G Suite Updates | Google is giving admins more control over how devices running endpoint verification can access corporate data in Google Cloud.

For last week’s SaaS updates (and beyond), click here for our archive.

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