With the redesign, calendar is getting a few new features, too. When you book a conference room, Google says Calendar will be able to show details about that room like "where a conference room is located, how large it is, and whether it has audio/video equipment or is wheelchair accessible." G Suite admins will need to enter all of this information into Calendar for it to show up in the meeting room results, but it sounds handy. Calendar invites can also now use rich formatting, so you can link to any relevant documents in the event details or just style some text. … [Read more...] about Google Calendar for Web gets its first redesign since 2011
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Google has announced that the Web version of Google Finance is getting a redesign. The new stock-tracking interface will primarily live in Google Search, where a new "Finance" tab should be popping up soon as a search type. The existing google.com/finance site will soon start redirecting to this interface, too. … [Read more...] about Google Finance gets redesigned, finally dumps Adobe Flash
Earlier this month, Google announced that you’d be able to access its Meet videoconferencing service from your Gmail inbox (though the Meet icon is on your left sidebar). That integration and the new Google Voice Gmail integration revealed today could be useful if you spend a lot of your day working through emails and making calls. … [Read more...] about G Suite customers will soon be able to make Google Voice calls right from Gmail
The best fit Find the right look for your Kindle Paperwhite (1st-9th gen) You love your Kindle Paperwhite, but sometimes our devices need a little extra something for protection, looks, or hands-free reading. If you are on the lookout for the perfect case, check out these options for the 1st-9th gen. … [Read more...] about Google Search gets an anxiety self-assessment tool in the U.S.
That's not the only element of the program, though. When you opt in to Advanced Protection, your Google account will limit data access to just a few apps to protect sensitive information in your Gmail inbox or Google Drive. That means almost all apps and services that you might normally give access to any aspect of your Google account will automatically be rejected. To start, only Google services will be granted access, but the company says it is exploring adding some trusted partners as well. … [Read more...] about Google now offers special security program for high-risk users