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Google launches a unified interface for Gmail

Google launches a unified interface for Gmail

Google comes with a series of updates that should integrate the company’s various services into a single interface. The Google Workspace for Everyone, as it should be called, includes Gmail, Chat, Calendar, Drive, Docs, and Meet.

Google Workspace has been the paid version of Google services for a while, and you probably still know it as G Suite. Some of its features are now available to the general public under the name Google Workspace For Everyone. The company announces it in a blog.

One such feature is Google Chat. The messaging service is one of several similar programs from Google, but until recently it was intended for subscribers. This is no longer the case. Chat for consumer users has also been integrated with Google Docs and Google Meet, the video conferencing app.

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The update has been coming for a while. About a year ago, Google announced that it would integrate various G Suite services into its subscriber mailbox. The goal was to create a kind of unified dashboard where you could email, chat, work on documents, and make video calls. The merger appears to be working successfully for these subscribers, so it is being extended to regular consumers as well.

The integration basically takes the form of a column on the side where you’ll find all kinds of Google apps. You will be able to start group chats there in Chat or Meet. Google Docs integration is more accurate. For example, you will be able to open the Docs link in the same chat window.

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Much of the focus of this update is on chat, which succeeded Google Hangouts and a half dozen other messaging apps. Chat was also supposed to be the tech giant’s answer to the popularity of Slack’s competitor, and has been around for four years within the paid enterprise version of G Suite/Workspace.

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Now that this app has been rolled out to all consumers, there’s a good chance that Google wants to replace the existing Hangouts product with Chat, and it’s a matter of suspending another messaging app.

Google Workspace has been the paid version of Google services for a while, and you probably still know it as G Suite. Some of its features are now available to the general public under the name Google Workspace For Everyone. The company announces it in a blog and one of these posts is Google Chat. The messaging service is one of several similar programs from Google, but until recently it was intended for subscribers. This is no longer the case. Chat for consumer users has also been integrated with Google Docs and Google Meet, the video conferencing app. The update has been coming for a while. About a year ago, Google announced that it would integrate various G Suite services into its subscriber mailbox. The goal was to create a kind of unified dashboard where you could email, chat, work on documents, and make video calls. The merger appears to be working successfully for these subscribers, so it is being extended to regular consumers as well. The integration basically takes the form of a column on the side where you’ll find all kinds of Google apps. You will be able to start group chats there in Chat or Meet. Google Docs integration is more accurate. For example, you will be able to open the Docs link in the same chat window. Much of the focus of this update is on chat, which succeeded Google Hangouts and a half dozen other messaging apps. Chat was also supposed to be the tech giant’s answer to the popularity of Slack’s competitor, and has been around for four years within the paid enterprise version of G Suite/Workspace. Now that this app has been rolled out to all consumers, there’s a good chance that Google wants to replace the existing Hangouts product with Chat, and it’s a matter of suspending another messaging app.

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