Google Workspace for All, Safety First, and the Productivity and Technology News This Week

Google Workspace for All, Safety First, and the Productivity and Technology News This Week

This is Episode 066, Google Workspace for All, National Safety Month, and More Productivity and Technology News This Week, and we’re recording this on June 21, 2021.

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In this Cast | Google Workspace for All

Ray Sidney-Smith

Augusto Pinaud

Headlines & Show Notes | Google Workspace for All

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  1. Microsofts new Fluid Office documents are coming to life in Teams OneNote and more
  2. Snap removes speed filter linked to reckless driving lawsuits
  3. Google Meet turns on noise cancellation for more users by default to reduce distractions
  4. Google Chrome Will Return to Showing Full URLs
  5. FaceTime on iOS 15 Alerts You If You Try to Talk While Muted 
  6. Asana adds video messaging because this meeting could’ve been an email 
  7. Qatalog: Productivity software overload is killing workers’ productivity
  8. Remote Work Is Changing the Way We Do Our Jobs—For the Better Spin Sucks
  9. Focus Mode and Contextual Computing
  10. A Common Mistake in Weekly Reviews 
  11. Productivity startup Time is Ltd. raises $5.6M to be the Google Analytics for company time
  12. Gmail Templates | HTML Email Templates | How to Set up Email Templates in Gmail – cloudHQ
  13. Grammarly
  14. Google Workspace soon to be available to everyone via an individual subscription

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