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New features for Slides Present mode

Now you’re hassle free when presenting your presentation. 
Resize speaker notes and slide thumbnails in the presenter view Navigate to any specific slide with a keyboard shortcut Control video playback with keyboard shortcuts View all available Present mode keyboard shortcuts by clicking the new “tips” button in the presentation control bar. On a little screen, it's occasionally hard to see your forthcoming slides and read your speaker notes. Presently, you can without much of a stretch resize these segments and present properly, paying little heed to the gadget you're using. Also, our new keyboard shortcuts make moving through slides while presenting easy. Regardless of whether you have to rapidly stop a video to respond to a question, or hop to a particular slide to return to talking point, you can now rapidly explore and control the introduction with your keyboard. How to use: To resize speaker notes, in the toolbar select Present > Presenter View and drag the separator line…

See changes in Google Docs over time with Compare Documents

This helps you to compare docs & identify the differences between them. Differences will be shown in a new document as “suggested edits”.
Then again, business clients can utilize this tool during contract dealings to see what terms have changed all through the negotiation procedure and to compare the last form of the doc to the initial version.




You can find this in this undernoted  tools, named as “Compare Documents”
In the dialogue box, click on Choose document to select the second Google Doc to compare against. In the “Attribute differences to field”, enter the name of the user who will be labelled as the author of the suggested edits in the comparison output file.  This feature is available for doc owners & who has edit access.


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View the edit history of a cell in Sheets

A most wanted feature, where you can see the edit history, including when it was made, by whom & can see the previous value as well. This act as an important role when you want to know who has made the changes & by what value etc.

Also it gives you a specific idea why the changes are made. This comes to play when there are a lot of colleagues. This gives a better understanding because it allows you to check and edit history cell by cell, not version wise by opening version history.

Right click on a cell and then click “show edit history” in the drop down menu. What it shows?

The user who made the changePrevious value & present value Time stamp of the changeArrows to toggle between the past changes

This is option is only for those who have edit access.

Please note that the below changes may not appear in the edit history: Added or deleted rows and columns Changes to the cell’s format Changes made by formulas

Delivering end-to-end data analytics and data management solutions with Informatica

As more enterprises transition from on-premises data centers to the cloud, they increasingly need hybrid and multi-cloud solutions that can help them get the most from existing investments and take advantage of familiar, easy-to-use tooling.   Today, we’re extending our strategic partnership with Informatica, a leader in enterprise cloud data management, to meet these hybrid and multi-cloud needs. This includes the availability of Informatica Intelligent Cloud Services (IICS) and Master Data Management (MDM) on Google Cloud Platform (GCP), offering advanced data integration, data governance, data quality, and broader data management solutions for a seamless end-to-end data lifecycle management experience. In our conversations with enterprise customers across every industry, we frequently hear that data management and analytics are top of mind. Through our expanded collaboration with Informatica, we’re bringing these enterprises solutions that address their challenges in three key ways: …

5 Google IT tips for driving and sustaining Chromebook adoption

Like any other enterprise, we look to technology investments to improve operational efficiency, reduce costs, and increase productivity. At Google, we love Chromebooks for the same reasons as many of our customers—they’re secure by design, they minimize distractions to help users stay focused, and they’re a smart IT investment. Like any enterprise investing in technology, user adoption is a priority for us. From 2017 to 2018, we nearly tripled the number of Chromebooks used by Alphabet employees—and we learned a lot in the process. If your organization is switching to Chromebooks, here are five tips we recommend as you build out your plan. 1. Ask your employees what they want and need from their devices You have many choices when selecting devices. Naturally, things like performance, specifications and the kind of work your users do on their devices will top your list of considerations. But it’s essential to keep in mind the priorities your users have as well. One of the best ways to lea…

Android phone’s built-in security key now generally available

We’re adding an option to use your Android phone’s built-in security key for multi-factor authentication in G Suite. All phones running Android 7.0+ (Nougat) have a built-in key which can be activated. This implies your users can utilize existing phones for multifaceted verification in G Suite to ensure against phishing.

2-Step Verification significantly improves the security of your account by adding another layer to your account security and making it progressively impervious to phishing attacks. By adding the additional option of using your Android phone’s built-in security key, we’re expanding access to phishing-resistant 2-Step Verification method in a convenient form - your phone. This can make it faster for you to implement 2-Step Verification in your organization while keeping user training and overall costs to a minimum.

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Available to G Suite, Cloud Identity, GCP customers, and personal Google Accounts. Available on phones running Android 7.0+ (Nougat) with Go…

Consolidated Google Groups audit logs now available in G Suite and GCP

Combined Google Groups audit logs are currently accessible in the G Suite AdminSDK Reports API and GCP Cloud Audit Logs. Changes in the G Suite AdminSDK Reports API
We're presenting another combined log named groups_enterprise, which incorporates changes to groups and group memberships over all products and APIs. These were recently split over the gatherings and administrator audit logs. Changes to groups have truly been signed in either the groups or administrator audit logs. Changes made in the Google Groups item are signed in the group log while changes made through administrator tools like the Admin console, AdminSDK, and GCDS are signed in the administrator log. As a feature of our endeavors to streamline organization and increase transparency, we're presenting another combined log named groups_enterprise, which incorporates changes to groups and group membership over all products and APIs. This new log is presently accessible through the AdminSDK Reports API and will b…

Update all linked content with one click in Docs and Slides

A new “Linked objects” sidebar is added where users can see all linked content in their documents, such as embedded charts, tables, slides and drawings. The Linked objects sidebar enables users to rapidly get to all connected content to check whether anything is obsolete and update all the content with a single click.


End users will have to update the data in a multiple charts or tables.
How to use: In Docs or Slides - click Tools > Linked objects, a sidebar will open on the right, at the bottom click Update all. Note: Click Updatenext to specific objects to update them individually. If you don’t see Update or Update All, your charts, tables, or slides may not be linked.





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