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Google Workspace to roll out innovative work environment advancements

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Google on Wednesday has announced that it will be making certain advancements t take ahead the company’s vision for hybrid work with a single connected experience in Google Workspace. The developments and advances include the rollout of spaces in Chat, the new meeting enhancements and conferencing hardware to help the organizations cover the differences as they navigate the work environment.

“As some people return to the office, teams need that ability to flexibly collaborate from anywhere, anytime,” Google Workspace’s Senior Director of Product Management, Sanaz Ahari, said in a statement.

Google Workspace includes tools like Calendar, Drive, Docs, Sheets, Slides, Meet and Tasks which will help to make the tasks easier and in a much organised way, also promoting team culture, sharing knowledge and ideas and further building communities.

“The innovations we’re bringing to customers today help bridge the gaps of virtual and in-person collaboration. I’m especially excited about spaces — a new, dedicated place in Google Workspace — to share information, advance projects, and build community as teammates,” Ahari added.

Google space will give users a new perspective, they will be able to see the full history, the content and context of conversations, it will be a much sorted experience and users can follow along , and can contribute at any time.

In the coming weeks and months, Google will add even more unique features in spaces to help teams stay organized, the company said.

The additional features include setting your work location in Calendar, it can be set regularly or in segments. Meet calling adds to the more organized, innovative video meetings and lends support to the idea of joint work by inculcating far more rapid connections.

Google intends to bring Meet calling to all the natural endpoints in Workspace where you’d initiate an ad-hoc call including chats, contact cards, and spaces, the company said.

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