What is Google Workspace?
Google Workspace brings the digital office closer to users. It provides effective communication, brings teams together, and promotes the Google products you use frequently in your workflow.
Google Workspace offers a suite of communication and productivity apps for startups, businesses, corporations, individuals (more on this later), nonprofits, and education. The suite of productivity tools consists of Calendar, Gmail, Docs, Sheets, Presentations, Forms, Sites, Keep, Meet, Drive, and more. With the redesigned Google Workspace, Google promises better integration, a new user experience, a new identity, and more.
Features We Use on a Daily Basis
According to Litmus, Gmail leads the way as the most popular email client, with a market share of 26% based on open rates. Not surprisingly, Gmail has been around since 2004 and now has over 1.2 billion users. One of the great things about Google Workspace is that you basically get an optimized, ad-free version of the online email client you might already be using.
None of us here at Kinsta can live without Google Calendar. Many of us rely on it to schedule calls with clients and set due dates and reminders for important projects. Google Calendar can help you organize your schedule.
One of the advantages of using Google Calendar in Google Workspace is the ability to create multiple calendars that can be accessed by everyone in your company (or even a subset of users). For example, you might want to have a group calendar for events like team vacations and frequent meetings. Connecting all your employees to the same organization makes such tasks easier compared to the free version.
Store it in a safe place. You can easily access it from any device. Google Workspace plans come with 30 GB of storage per employee. Google Workspace Business, Enterprise, and Teams editions offer limited storage space. Note: If smaller has less than 5 users, you only get 1 TB each.
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The version of Google Drive, which is king, gives you full mail, 24/7/365 sharing, sharing controls, and reports.
Google Keep seems to be one of those well-kept secrets that no one knows about. If you are looking for a basic Evernote alternative, Google Keep is great! This is a great little tool, regardless of whether you use Google Workspace or not. Being a Google product, it works perfectly within the Google ecosystem.
Here are just a few of the common tasks we use them for:
- Getting feedback and comments from team members on new website content.
- Working with guest bloggers on content for our blog.
- Sending content to others when writing on third-party sites. We’ve never had anyone in the past couple years request a Word document, everyone always requests a Google Doc. Why? Because it’s just super simple and easy to use.
- Crunching spreadsheet data from Ahrefs exports.
- Running quick financial figures.
- Keeping track of PPC budgets and online advertising copy variations.
- Analyzing CTR changes as it pertains to SERPs.
- Writing up content for paid sponsorships (WordCamps).
- Available to Google Workspace Business Starter, Business Standard, Business Plus, Enterprise Standard, Enterprise Plus, Education Fundamentals, Education Plus, and Nonprofits, as well as legacy G Suite Basic and Business customers
- Not available to Google Workspace Essentials, Enterprise Essentials, and Frontline customers
- Available to users with personal Google Accounts
As you can see, Google Workspace can be a great solution for any business when it comes to email hosting and provides an all-in-one solution for document storage and collaboration. It is very affordable and easy to use. Most of your employees are probably familiar with Gmail, which helps reduce the time it takes to learn new tools.
If you are just getting started with Google Workspace, we recommend that you subscribe to their blog to stay up to date on new features and releases. Do you have a question about Google Workspace or how it works?
- In-line threading will be available in existing spaces where there is a single stream of unthreaded messages, previously known as “unthreaded spaces.”
- Existing spaces with messages and replies grouped together for everyone in the main chat window were previously known as “threaded spaces” and will now be referred to as “spaces organized by conversation topic.” These spaces will not have in-line threading and cannot be reconfigured.