Google Workspace for Education is a set of productivity tools and services tailored for schools. If you’re just getting started with the service or want to build on your knowledge, let’s take a look at the Google Workspace for Education fundamentals.
Google Workplace is the ultimate productivity toolkit. It combines Gmail, Google Docs, Calendar, Google Meet and more into a professional set of apps with advanced features for business and education. In this guide, I will show you how to get started with Google Workspace in just a few steps.
Following Google’s announcement about the rebranding of its G Suite productivity apps, which is now called Google Workspace, we hosted a 30 minute webinar to provide more information and outline ‘next steps’.
It’s a very mixed picture as schools reopen with differing dates across countries, regions and districts. There are varying protocols including staggered drop offs, alternating teaching days, changed lesson plans and constantly evolving arrangements, which means that the academic schedule has never been so fluid.
Google has announced a new user interface for sharing Docs, Sheets, Slides, Forms and other Drive files. The redesigned UI makes it easier for G Suite users to share files with relevant people, without extending permissions beyond what’s needed.
With the majority of employees, educators and students working remotely in response to the spread of COVID-19 here are a few handy tips and tricks to keep things on track.
Google’s largest Cloud and G Suite conference will be held virtually from April 6-8 and everyone is free to attend. The three day event, which was supposed to take place in San Francisco, has been transformed into a digital experience over coronavirus concerns.
Electrical wire distributor and manufacturer uses G Suite site builder for company intranet.
Organize and instantly share your marketing material with all stakeholders in one place, available 24/7 and always up to date.