In the coming weeks, Google will introduce a new design for the Gmail web interface, as well as several new features. These changes will also be made available to users with personal Gmail accounts. The refreshed design will appear for Gmail users on the web, bringing it closer to the company’s tweaks for Gmail on mobile devices. Google is implementing following features (and more) in the new Gmail experience: Read more
In G Suite (formally Google Apps), you can give a user an alternate address for receiving the email (now called email alias). Why use an alias? If [email protected] wants a sales address for posting to the company website, give him the email alias [email protected] Mail sent to either address then appears in Bill’s Gmail inbox. It can be done easily by adding an email alias to the user’s account in your Google Admin console. Read more
If you are having problems when trying to change your Google+ profile photo? Each time changing account’s profile photo, you receive an error “Sorry! We could not save your profile photo. Please try again later. Please follow these instructions: Read more
Are you trying to decide which version of G Suite (formally is Google Apps) to sign up for? Or maybe you’re considering upgrading from your current version to one that offers more features. In this blog we will be discussing on the differences between various editions of G Suite / Google Apps.
There are three editions of Google Apps so far, they are:
- G Suite Business (includes G Suite for Education)
- G Suite Basic (includes special editions for nonprofits and government agencies)
- Legacy free edition of Google Apps
Google Apps a.k.a Google Apps legacy account has always been a point of interest among all webmasters and website owners, as it allows users to have custom branded email id like [email protected] for free of cost. But unfortunately from December 6, 2012, Google has announced a change to Google Apps for Business — ending the free version of the product, offering only its Premium version which costs $50 per user, per year or $5 per user per month, regardless of the size of the company.
The change was announced on Google’s Official Enterprise blog. Existing Google Apps for business users who have free accounts get to carry on without paying the subscription fee but businesses wanting to sign up from now with have to pay.