Weekly Issue: 2020-32
Google sets timeline for deprecating ‘classic’ Google Sites
After Google’s acquisition of JotSpot, the launch of Google Sites in 2008 brought easy wiki-style website creation to many users. Eight years later, a new Google Sites was introduced to the masses to replace the withering shell of classic Sites and become a part of G Suite — allowing for easy integration with Docs, Sheets, and Slides. In an email sent out today to users, Google notified that the service would be sent off in 2021.
Smart Compose, other web features coming to Google Docs, Sheets, & Slides on mobile
Google tries to differentiate its G Suite apps by leveraging AI to boost user productivity. It’s now bringing several key features, including Smart Compose, that first debuted on the desktop web to Google Docs, Sheets, and Slides for Android and iOS.
Google updates G Suite for mobile with dark mode support, Smart Compose for Docs and more
Google today announced a major update to its mobile G Suite productivity apps. Among these updates are the addition of a dark theme for Docs, Sheets and Slides, as well as the addition of Google’s Smart Compose technology to Docs on mobile and the ability to edit Microsoft Office documents without having to covert them. […] Google updates G Suite for mobile with dark mode support, Smart Compose for Docs and more by Frederic Lardinois originally published on TechCrunch
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