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With Google was the first to unveil Workspace – earlier G Suite– In October last year, users had the first opportunity to choose one, integrated experience for the myriad applications offered by the technical giant.
Gmail, chat, The calendar, documents, and spreadsheets can all be accessed on the same page, eliminating the need to switch back and forth between tabs. However, this service was initially only offered to those with a paid business account.
Starting this week the technology company makes Workspace available to anyone with a Google account for free. Enable Google Chat to enable Google Workspace.
Highlights include Google Chat’s collaborative feature that allows users to share and follow ideas and discussions. Everything from photos and videos to Google Docs & Spreadsheets is now all in one place.
In addition, smart suggestions helps you easily link recommended files and lets you @ mention others explicitly, whether it’s an email or a calendar invitation.
Those who use Google Meet for Meetings is also able to present the file they are working on directly in a call with a single click.
Google is too introducing new features to the Rooms. During the summer, it expands rooms into Space groups and introduces a streamlined interface to improve productivity.
New features includes topic internal threading, presence indicators, custom modes, quick reactions, and a collapsible view.
Although Google workspace is now free, entrepreneurs or other Google power users can choose their new subscription offer: Google Workspace Individual.
This paid service enables small business owners to achieve more professionally. Users who sign up for a subscription agreement will have access to premium features such as smart booking services, professional video conferencing, personal email marketing and more.
Although Google Workspace Individual has not yet been launched, interested users can register here get updates. The service will soon be available in the United States, Canada, Mexico, Brazil, Australia and Japan.
More information about Google Workspace and Google Workspace Individual, check them out here.
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