Google’s push provides a new feature Space, which is a competitor of Microsoft Teams. This enables users to easily access the Gmail web search. Currently, Gmail only makes you search Mail or Chat and spaces. But now the latter filter is divided into Messages (from individuals or groups) and group chats) and Spaces.
If you join a domain, then display it on your screen and show your search results. It will show the names and descriptions you mentioned in the search box. Gmail will also surface “discoverable spaces and restricted spaces you’ve been invited to but have yet to join.” It’s you whether you join immediately or preview first.
As the number of spaces within your organization continues to grow, we’re offering a better way for you to discover and find the exact space you’re looking for, while also providing a path to join spaces for specific teams, projects, and shared interests, and more.
Now this feature rolling out and, in a few weeks, it will be available for paid users. It will also excite how it implements on the free account. Maybe there is a public directory of spaces that borders on Facebook groups.
- This is very useful for G Suite Basics and Business customers
- Gmail Space does not available for personal Google Accounts
We see a new feature of Gmail Space. Through this, you can chat with individuals and groups from the Workspace.
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