Google G Suite becomes Google Workspace

Three major developments

In the new Google Workspace, Google has put together all its major productivity apps such as Gmail, Calendar, Docs, Sheets, Slides, and more. This is where Google hopes its users will work whether they’re in an office or on the frontlines with mobile devices.

There are three major developments included in Google Workspace which touch the user experience, new brand identity and new ways to get started with solutions.

New user experience

In Google Workspace you’ll be able to dynamically create and collaborate on a document with guests in a chat room. You’ll also be able to preview a linked file without having to open a new tab.

When mentioning someone that your working with, contact details will be shown and you’ll be given suggested actions like adding this person to contacts or start a conversation with them via email, chat, or video.

An example of the new user experience in Google Workspace. Image credit: Google

New brand identity

The new Google Workspace brand aims to reflect a more helpful and flexible experience that will be shown through new four-color icons for the tools.

Watch the video below to learn more.

New ways to get started

Google is now providing more tailored offerings of Google Workspace in order to give its customers more suitable choices when getting started. There will be editions for smaller businesses with fast, self-services purchases and editions for larger enterprises that have more complexity.

Learn more about Google Workspace.