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Google sets in motion Workspace services for over 3 billion users across the globe

Google has about 3 billion-plus users across consumer, enterprise, and education with access to the full Google Workspace experience, including Gmail, Chat, Calendar, Drive, Docs, Sheets, and Meet
Big update in Gmail app: On your Apple iPhone and Android phones, and it is all about chat

Big update in Gmail app: On your Apple iPhone and Android phones, and it is all about chat

If you are using the Gmail app on your iPhone and Android, you can now enable the Google Chat app integration within the Gmail app
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Google services suffer global outage

Gmail, YouTube and several other Google services suffered disruptions on Monday evening. At about 05:25 pm, Google said that it was aware of a problem with Gmail affecting a majority of users and the affected users are unable to access Gmail. The services that were affected, however, were restored in some time. In an update on the Google Workspace Status Dashboard at 06:17 pm, Google mentioned that Gmail service has already been restored for some users, and "we expect a resolution for all users in the near future. Please note this time frame is an estimate and may change." Services such as Google Calendar, Google Docs, Google Drive, and Google Meet were also affected. Downdetector, which tracks the services and offers real-time status and outage information, showed that services like YouTube and Gmail were witnessing disruption. The company had faced a similar outage in August this year. Many people took to Twitter and expressed their anger and discomfort making ''#Google'' a trending topic with over 1.29 million tweets.

How to use Gmail to make yourself more productive

One simple feature can turn Gmail into a task manager for you. That feature is Gmail Snooze. Google introduced it in their email service in 2018. Here’s how it works.
Third-party apps can read email of Gmail users just as they can read SMS and call logs

Third-party apps can read email of Gmail users just as they can read SMS and call logs

According to a report in Wall Street Journal, Google allows third-party app developers to scan through Gmail accounts.
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