Google News March 2017
We would like to provide you with the latest news and features which are updated in March 2017
Google announced Google Cloud Search (formerly known as Springboard), a new product that uses machine intelligence to provide a unified search experience across G Suite.
Users can create a “table of contents” for your spreadsheet, direct others to specific content within your spreadsheet, and retain links to cells when you import spreadsheets from other applications.
Google introduced several enterprise-friendly features that you’ve been asking for in Sheets on the web, Android, and iOS.
When you enter a conversation where there has been a lot of activity, you’ll see a “Jump to Last Read” button.
If your organization recently made the jump to G Suite, you may have employees who previously set up personal Google Accounts using your company’s domain name.
Google gave G Suite Business, Education, and Enterprise customers the following optional controls in the Admin console
Google introduced phone prompts for 2-Step Verification, giving users another option to keep their accounts safe.
Google made it possible to preview password-protected Microsoft Office documents, presentations, and spreadsheets in Drive.
Google Keep is now a G Suite core service when used within a domain, and it has been added to existing G Suite agreements for most customers. In addition, Keep is now accessible in Google Docs, so employees can easily revisit and repurpose their notes.
Meet the new Hangoutshttp://gcloudvn.com/en/kienthuc/meetthenewhangouts/
Hangouts Meet is a new video meeting experience with one goal: make joining meetings effortless so that people can be as productive as they are when they’re face-to-face.