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New Drive file suggestions in Chrome launching in beta

This is a feature where it allows users to access their drive files quickly. It allows you to browse by owner or type. Previously they could only search for a title or URL of a webpage. This behaves just like searching in drive.
Docs, Sheets, Slides, PDF & other files types will be available during the search. The search is not limited to “Mydrive” it’ll show results from “Shared with me” as well.This new update will be available to users signed into a Chrome account on any OS: Chromebook, Mac, Windows, etc.

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Admin Insider: top questions (and answers) on data security in G Suite

G Suite helps take the complication out of data security by giving IT admins simple, streamlined ways to manage their users, control devices and stay compliant. After all, security tools are only useful if you deploy them. We meet with customers frequently and hear many of the same concerns when it comes to data security. In the spirit of RSA this week, we want to provide answers and best practices based on these top questions so you can continue to keep your organization’s data secure. Question 1: What configurations should I use to best protect my data?
While your organization should have a specific set of security policies, here are a few pointers to help you strengthen them.
First, basic device management. It’s automatically enabled for your mobile devices that access G Suite as soon as someone adds their G Suite account. This means that admins can use basic security controls, like password enforcement and account wipe, to cover employee devices without needing employees to install pr…

Easily insert images in cells in Google Sheets

Presently an image is inserted to a sheet using Image function & it’s also placed on cells. But now you can place the image either on a particular cell or over few cells.
Advantages
Adding receipts to expense-tracking spreadsheets Adding icons to icon libraries
Adding logos to better brand your resources
Adding product images to inventory lists, and more

How to use on mobile
Tap once on a cell to select Tap again to bring up menu: Insert > Tap the “+” at the top of the screen > Image > Image in cell Select an image from the options presented to you

You can have various cells containing a picture in a Sheet, however note that just a single picture for each cell is conceivable right now.
Images inside cells will be associated with a row and move along with the data—so, if you move rows, filter or sort them, the images will move with the content in the row, unlike previously when images would sit on top of the grid.
Using the formatting and alignment tools, you can pin the ima…

Set start times and import reminders in Tasks

Here comes one of the most awaited features. Tasks is one of the goals to follow what you have to do in G Suite. These new updates will help ensure the majority of your to-dos are in Tasks, and guarantee that you can monitor the due dates related with them. Moreover, importing reminders to Tasks can support your users if your association is at present changing from Inbox to Gmail.
Set a date and time for your tasks and receive notifications - You’ll find a place to add date & time. Create repeating tasks - Also you can make an event recur.

Import reminders into Tasks
This import tool will pull your reminders (from Inbox/Gmail, Calendar, or the Assistant) into Tasks.When importing reminders into Tasks, we’ll copy over the title, date, time and recurrence of the reminder. Please note, reminders with locations associated will not be imported. Additionally, this is a one-time import and not a constant sync.
- When you open Tasks on the web or your mobile app, you’ll see a prompt to cop…

Use Vault for Gmail Confidential Messages and Jamboard Files

Google vault will be supporting two new formats in the future, Gmail confidential mode emails & Jamboard files stored in Google Drive.
Google Vault gives you a chance to retain, hold, search, and export data to support your organization’s retention and eDiscovery needs. This dispatch includes support for new information types with the goal that you can thoroughly oversee your association's information.
What happens when individuals in your association sends confidential messages? Vault can hold, retain, search, and export all confidential mode messages sent by users in your association. Messages are constantly accessible to Vault, notwithstanding when the sender sets a termination date or denies access to private messages.
Here’s an example of what admin@ink-42.com will see in Vault when they search for sam@ink-42.com and preview this email sent by lisa@ink-42.com.
But It’ll not work vise versa. Admins can hold, retain, search and export message headers and subjects of external c…

Intelligent Search in Google Drive

Google never stops surprising it’s customers. This update will make your search easy in the drive. (drive search box)
Now, when you click in the search box you’ll see a range of options, including:
Suggested search queries: Click on a term to search for it. Your top collaborators: Click on a person to search for files that you’ve collaborated with them on. File types, edit history, priority items, and more: Click to show files that match the highlighted criteria. These filters will enable you to discover and filter content rapidly and efficiently in Drive.
This feature will be ON by default.

Refresh BigQuery data in Sheets using Apps Script and Macros

Recently the BigQuery data connector was released to enable clients to effectively import information from bigger datasets into Sheets. Presently, you can utilize devices like Apps Script and the large macro recorder to plan automatic updates inside Sheets to the associated BigQuery data.
Reasons to use it
Remain over the best in class information crucial to your business via automatically refreshing the BigQuery information in your sheet.
For instance, you can set sales data to automatically refresh with the goal that it's prepared for analysis toward the start of every day. You can likewise auto-refresh information in preparation of key meetings or introductions that happen on a weekly or monthly basis. Or on the other hand you could set a trigger to auto-refresh your information each time you open the spreadsheet. This feature will be ON by default. When you compare data in Sheets and BigQuery, the following procedure should be adopted. To compare data, you might need to change the d…