G-Suite for Education rebranded to Google Workspace for Education, announces over 50 new features, security tool
Google has also announced that the Teach from Anywhere hub that it launched last year is now available in eight Indian languages.
Around 168,550 users encountered various threats, disguised as popular learning platforms between January to June 2020.
Google users will soon see a new setting for controlling whether their data in Gmail, Meet and Chat can be used to offer “smart” features.
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Google says this feature will be launching to additional Google Workspace editions later this year.
Linked previews in Docs, Sheets, and Slides will now allow users to preview the content of a link without leaving the original document.
According to the blog, Google Meet users will now be able to jump on the call with a background blur.
Up till now, anyone with a Google account was able to create free meetings with up to 100 people.
In case your TV set does not come with an in-built camera, Duo will work by plugging in a USB camera.
Anyone with a Google account and a Chromecast device with the latest firmware can cast their video calls to other screens.
Since Google made Meet free for all users, it has reportedly been mulling merging Duo and Meet as the one and only video calling service.
Teachers will soon be able to split classes into breakout rooms to create small group discussions.
G Suite customers will reportedly see an 'early access preview' of the unified app this week and get the real deal later this year.
The feature will be enabled by default for end-users as well as admins and might take up to 15 days to be available to all the users.
With the introduction of Meet in Gmail, it will not be required to install the Meet app on the phone.
This feature will even get rid of the background sound of dog barking or keystrokes while users take meeting notes.
The Gmail new feature will let users change the density of text, select from different inbox types and add reading panes.
Google might be preparing to test the option of automatically blurring the background in Meet calls on the Android app.
Google started rolling out the free service to everyone earlier this month, and reportedly crossed 10 million downloads in March.
The enterprise messaging in recent weeks has undergone some changes, including rebranding and expanded availability.