Google has introduced Gmail’s email template layouts and multi-send capabilities to more Workspace users, same as they brought appointment scheduling in Calendar earlier this year.
Both features were first introduced for Google Workspace Individual customers, and these features are for refining “professional-looking emails to large audiences.”Other features available on Gmail for the web include “announcements, newsletters, and other mass-email scenarios.”
Gmail begins modified with templates and layouts that can include images, text elements, and buttons, as well as customization for “your color schemes, logos, images, footer text, and links.”
On the other hand, multi-send is the same as BCC-ing like all recipients receive a separate copy of the email. With Google Contacts senders composes and manage mailing lists.
Google is first set up the Admin setting to check whether these features are on or off for your users.
Gmail templates multi-send will be available in the app from August for the following editions:
- This feature will be available to Google Workspace Business Standard, Business Plus, Enterprise Starter, and Enterprise Standard.
- For Enterprise Plus, Education Standard, Education Plus, Nonprofits, Workspace Individual, and legacy G Suite Basic customers.
- Some will be unable to use and they are Google Workspace Essentials, Education Fundamentals, Education Teaching & Learning, Business Starter, Enterprise Essentials, and Frontline customers as well as legacy G Suite Business customers.
Multi-send depends on the edition:
- Only internal recipients can’t use this feature and for Google Workspace Enterprise Starter and above, as well as Google Workspace for Education customers.
- Available to Google Workspace Business and Nonprofit customers and multi-send available by default for external recipients.
- Available for all Google Workspace editions, you can turn multi-send ON for external recipients at the OU or Group level.
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