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Showing posts from January, 2019

New Gmail compose formatting and download options

Download as .EML This format is recognized by other email clients, allowing you to view the Gmail content along with attachments within these clients. In addition, with this functionality users can now add these downloaded messages as attachments in their emails. Shortcut to undo/redo in the compose window If you do something accidentally, you can now undo it right away, this option is included in the compose window. At the same time redo is also available Strikethrough Strikethrough is a viewable signal that something has been finished or can be utilized as an alter recommendation. We've gotten notification from you that this is crucial to rapidly and effectively composed messages, particularly when you need to visually demonstrate an adjustment in language.

How small businesses do big things with G Suite

We’ve seen businesses of all sizes use G Suite to breakdown information barriers and increase employee collaboration. It’s been especially helpful for those who run their own businesses, where juggling multiple jobs—from operations to administration to accounting—is second nature. For many of these businesses, G Suite helps them collaborate securely and free up time so that they can focus on what really matters: their customers. Below are how three businesses use G Suite to both scale and mobilize while keeping their customers top of mind. MobileOne keeps its employees mobile Workers spend up to  8 hours per week  searching for, or consolidating, information. When you sift through emails to find files or dig through folders to attach documents, that time adds up. MobileOne  experienced this firsthand. The company, which operates more than 125 T-Mobile premium retail stores in the US, found that its employees were sinking unnecessary time in email going back-and-forth sea

New BigQuery UI features help you work faster

Since  announcing our new interface back in July , our goal has been to make it easier for BigQuery users and their teams to uncover insights and share them with teammates and colleagues. Whether you’re a veteran or brand new to BigQuery, we wanted to highlight some of the major improvements we’ve made to the interface in the past five months. Some of this functionality was previously available in the classic UI, while other elements are totally new. Let’s take a closer look. Collaboration features Recently we’ve released several features designed to enable analysts to easily collaborate. One of the most important additions is the ability to share queries. When you’re viewing one of your saved queries, just click the  Link Sharing  button above the editor and turn on link sharing to let others see your query. They’ll see any updates you make to the query too, so there’s no need to paste new versions into email. You can now also add metadata to your BigQuery resources. Y

Assign unique colors to chart elements in Google Sheets

Now, when you’re working on a chart in Sheets, you can give a design element (such as a bar on a bar graph or a point or line on a line graph) a unique color, instead of all similar elements being the same color. This works for bar charts, column charts, line charts, scatter charts and for certain series in combination charts.