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Smart Compose in Gmail

This can be named as one of the most awaited features. Google has always been the leader in taking the initiation to making your lives easier. So now the Smart Compose has been released. The Gmail is now intelligent enough to autocomplete the sentences in your mail composing window. Using machine learning it is able to give you the most suitable suggestions. To accept the suggestion you can press “tab.” At the moment this is perfectly working for common phrases and in the near future it will be clever enough to understand your pattern and will give you the smartest phrases. Once it picks up your flow it will start to work for you. Simply your device will work for you, composing of mails will be as easy as ABC. In company’s point of view, imagine the time it will save for you. You will have time to attend to other work and at the same time it will increase your productivity along with company productivity. By default your smart compose is on, so there is nothing to

Chrome Browser for the enterprise: On the journey with you for 10 years

We’re celebrating the 10th birthday of Chrome this month, and you might have already seen some of the different ways we’re sharing our excitement. (Check out the dino game’s birthday garb!) With a streamlined design , smarter search bar, and other enhancements , Chrome Browser has become a trusted and reliable place to get things done—and this is just as true for everyday users as it is for businesses. Thanks to the ever-growing landscape of SaaS and web-based enterprise apps, cloud workers increasingly rely on their web browser to get their jobs done. In fact, Forrester estimates that cloud workers spend upwards of 4.6 hours a day in their browsers—making Chrome an essential tool for many business users. But this change didn’t happen overnight. When enterprises first began to deploy Chrome, workers used it primarily to browse the web as needed. But as desktop virtualization technologies and the adoption of cloud services steadily grew, Chrome became an increasingly importa

Yes you can convert phrases in pictures to text....

Another significant feature from Google where you can simply turn a picture with phrases into text format. This is possible in Google Docs & also in Google Keep. This makes your day to day work easier. If you are a working person you might come across loads of business cards, end of the year you will have tons of those. Where would you store all these? You might even lose some and end of the day you have lost some good business opportunities. But we in Google have a solution for you. That is none other than “grab image text” feature. Rather than coming to the office with loads of business cards in your hand you can take a picture of it and bring the picture back to the office & update your database. Not only in terms of business cards but also, let’s say you have a huge document in hard copy & you need to convert it to text format, what would you do? Type it by yourself or get someone else to type it? What a waste of time? Now you can simply take a picture

Making it easier to set up Android devices as company-owned

When employees set up their phones and tablets as  company-owned devices , they give your organization full control over those devices—allowing you to apply policies regarding app installation, network settings, security options, and more. This helps protect your users and your corporate data. If you have  advanced mobile device management  but don’t register your company-owned devices in the Admin console, your users must  choose  to set up their devices as company-owned. To encourage more users to make this choice, we’ll start showing the screen below to  all  users who add their G Suite account to a new Android device before adding their personal account. This change will start rolling out on September 19th, 2018; please note that it may take several weeks for it to take effect for all users. Currently, your users only see this choice if your organization has Device Owner mode enabled. That option will disappear from the Admin console on September 19th. Note that users will on

Making embedded Google Forms better

We’re making Google Forms look and work better when they’re embedded in websites created with Google Sites. These improvements will also mean Forms will work better embedded in websites not managed in Google Sites as well. Our users embed forms in sites for all sorts of reasons, from  collecting customer feedback  to  capturing new project ideas  to  gathering and sharing survey data  and much more. User feedback told us how important it was that these embedded forms look and work great, especially when embedded in Google Sites. So we’re making a range of improvements to make embedded forms more useful, including: Improved looks, including a background that blends into the rest of the website  Better suggested height and width when embedding a form on Google Sites  More intelligent use of space in embedded forms  More adaptive viewing on different devices (e.g. mobile vs. desktop)  Easier to view & enter information into the embedded form