We’re giving admins more control over how devices running endpoint verification can access corporate data in Google Cloud. Specifically, we’ll give admins the ability to:
You can now manage Android apps for your users when using basic mobile management. Previously, you could only do this if you used advanced mobile management.
To give end users more granular control over what account data they choose to share with each app, we’re changing how users give apps permissions to access their information
Before April 16, 2019, you must copy any existing Mail holds (that apply to messages in classic Hangouts) to Hangouts Chat in Google Vault.
We’re moving notification settings for classic Hangouts conversations to notification channels on O+ Android devices. With these changes, customized ring tones and chat messaging tones per conversation/contact will be
Recently we launched the BigQuery data connector to allow users to easily import data from larger datasets into Sheets. Now, you can use tools like Apps Script and the macro recorder to schedule automatic updates within Sheets to the connected BigQuery data.
Inserting a table of contents into a page makes the navigation of text-focused content like FAQs, documentation, or wikis easy.
It’s now easier to discover accessibility features like screen reader support, braille support, and screen magnifier support in Docs, Sheets, and Slides.
Intelligent Search in Google Drive Available for All G Suite Editions Quick launch summary We’re making Enterprise improvements to the Google Drive search box on desktop available to all G Suite Editions. Now, when you click in the search box you’ll see a range of options, including: Suggested search queries: Click on a term […]
You can now input addresses, instead of latitude and longitude coordinates, to enter the locations of your office buildings in the Admin console. This is a more efficient and reliable ways for you, as a G Suite admin, to manage international office locations.