Gmail Is Getting a Major Productivity Upgrade

G Suite Gmail Is Getting a Major Productivity Upgrade, and Other Productivity News

G Suite is giving Gmail a major productivity upgrade in an announcement this week by Google at their enterprise conference, and other personal productivity and technology news for you.

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In this Cast | G Suite Gmail Is Getting a Major Productivity Upgrade

Ray Sidney-Smith

Augusto Pinaud

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[Omni Group] released OmniFocus 3.9 for Mac | Twitter

Apple Releases Safari Technology Preview 110 With Bug Fixes and Performance Improvements – MacRumors 

How to install macOS Big Sur beta on a separate APFS volume [Video] – 9to5Mac

Launching Camo – Reincubate 

Amazon coronavirus work from home policy extended until January 8 

Why remote work shouldn’t mean micromanaging—and what to do instead | Zapier 

Microsoft Launcher’s biggest overhaul yet is here | Windows Central 

FCC makes 988 the 3-digit number for the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline | Engadget 

Introducing OnMail, the first Permission-Based Email Service | by Edison

A BetterBook, a Notebook, But Better by orangered life — Kickstarter 

Slack Files EU Competition Complaint Against Microsoft | The Official Slack Blog 

Grammarly’s advanced features are coming to Google Docs | Engadget 

Google experimenting with dual-touchscreen Chromebook – 9to5Google 

“Explore” helps you get the most out of Chromebook 

How to free up space in your Google Account | Digit 


Updates in G Suite unify contacts, content, and tasks in Gmail so you can make the most of your time. | Google Cloud Blog

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