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Google Calendar getting work hours, out-of-office scheduling for G Suite users

Work-life balance can be tricky. Google Calendar is getting a couple of additions that will hopefully make it easier to delineate when your work time ends and your personal time begins: soon, G Suite users will be able to set both their normal work hours as well as mark when they're out of the office.

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G Suite users can't review or rate Play Store content anymore

G Suite users have long put up with bizarre and annoying account restrictions, but the last several weeks have brought new frustrations. First, it was the sudden inability to redeem promo codes, and now G Suite accounts can't even review or rate apps, movies, and other content in the Play Store.

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G Suite integrations for Hangouts Meet and Calendar offer new compatibility with Skype, Cisco, and more

 

One of the key issues facing any business is making sure the technology and services you use facilitate easy collaboration, both internally and externally. Thanks to new integrations in Hangouts Meet and Google Calendar, G Suite users should find it easier than ever to have meetings with users of other platforms.

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New Gmail interface to roll out to everyone in July

The new Gmail web interface has been available for over a month now, but it's still in preview and it's an opt-in affair. However, the new UI will roll out to all G Suite users in July, and we'd expect the same to be true of regular Gmail users.

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Google Calendar now lets you write a message when meeting details are changed

Google Calendar may be used by a lot of companies to schedule meetings and events, but it's not perfect. However, Google has just corrected a long-standing qualm that many have had: not being able to inform meeting attendees about why a meeting was revised.

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Google Drive gets a new web interface to match Gmail

Google started rolling out a new interface for Gmail last month, with a much brighter appearance and more rounded elements. In a surprise announcement, the company is now doing the same for Google Drive. Beyond the much brighter interface, there are some small functional changes.

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Hangouts Meet will entirely replace Hangouts video calls for G Suite users in May

Since Google decided to split Hangouts into separate apps for chat and calls with a renewed focus on business users, the video conferencing app Meet has coexisted with good old Hangouts video. As of May 21st, that will no longer be the case and Meet will take over all face-to-face communications when a meeting is scheduled in Google Calendar.

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G Suite admins can now let managed devices install any app

G Suite, Google's collection of productivity and management tools for organizations, allows IT admins to set up managed Android devices. These phones could only run applications that were manually approved by the organization, which isn't ideal in many situations. For example, if a classroom wanted to use a new app on students' tablets, the teacher would have to contact IT to get it approved.

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[Update: New, clearer screenshots] Gmail is getting a new web UI with snooze, smart replies, and more in Early Adopter Program

According to an email being sent to G Suite administrators, an Early Adopter Program will be available to Gmail users "in the coming weeks" that introduces a "fresh, clean look" for the service's web interface. The program is also set to bring new features like the ability to "snooze" emails to reappear in your inbox later, the way you can in Gmail's more experimental email client, Inbox.

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