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SaaS Updates Summary: September 14 – September 18

BetterCloud Monitor

September 21, 2020

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Products across G Suite’s desktop and mobile versions got significant updates last week. Notably, Google released a new Google Meet experience for mobile apps and announced that support for iOS 10 is coming to an end. Learn more about these new features and more in the links below.

New Look and Feel for Google Meet Mobile Apps
G Suite Updates | Google is updating the user interface (UI) of the Google Meet mobile apps for Android and iOS. The new mobile UI will have the same look and feel as that of the meeting experience in the Gmail app.

See Up to 49 People, Including Yourself, in Google Meet
G Suite Updates | You can now filter audit logs and usage reports by specific groups. When you add a new or existing group to an allow list, you can then filter to see log events or usage reports by that specific group.

Folder Sharing in Shared Drives Now Generally Available
G Suite Updates | Shared drives empower teams and organizations to store, access, and collaborate on files. With this launch, you can share a specific folder with other users, or upgrade member access to provide users with additional permissions on specific folders within shared drives.

Google Device Policy App Ending Support for iOS 10 Soon
G Suite Updates | The Google Device Policy app won’t support mobile devices running iOS version 10 or lower after the end of 2020. If your organization has advanced mobile device management (MDM) enabled, users must upgrade to iOS version 11 or higher to access new MDM features or to download the Device Policy app for the first time.

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