As we announced in 2017, Hangouts Chat and Hangouts Meet are the next generation of Hangouts that focus on team communication. Later this year, we’ll transition classic Hangouts users to Chat and Meet for all G Suite customers. As a first step, some changes are coming on April 16, 2019 related to Chat and Google Vault. This notice outlines the upcoming […]
To welcome the new year 2019, Google has launched a number of interesting features that will boost the collaboration among employees, customers and partners
We’re adding the ability to use Google Groups to control access to G Suite apps and additional Google services within your organization. This provides admins a simple and specific way to make sure the right users have access to the right apps
With this launch, we’re making it possible for G Suite admins to view a more complete picture of the desktop and mobile devices used by employees in their organization.
We’re adding the ability to view and filter G Suite reports by organizational unit (OU) in the Admin console and the Reports API. This information can make it easier to build more insightful reports and more complete audits.
We’re adding new features to the G Suite security center. The security center is a set of tools that brings together security analytics, actionable insights and best practice recommendations from Google to empower you to protect your organization, data and users.
As a G Suite admin, you can now get more detailed and helpful information in the Admin console about emails that have been marked as spam. The Email Search Log tool will now show the reason an email was flagged as spam, as well as other warnings users may see about suspicious emails.
We’re making it easier for G Suite admins to manage groups in their organization. When you open a group in the Admin console, you’ll see helpful cards that show snapshots of key information
What’s new: On December 31, 2018 we will be removing two notification methods in the G Suite Admin console: The bell icon in the Admin console web interface (see image below) Push notifications from the Google Admin apps for Android and iOS You’ll still be able to get all account related notifications via […]
Soon, people without Google accounts will be able to view, comment, suggest edits to, and directly edit Google Docs, Sheets, and Slides files