Top 5 Google Releases You Missed in April

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Here’s a curated list of top 5 Google releases from the month of April, just in case you missed them!

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Cloud Composer- Google

Cloud Composer is a fully managed workflow orchestration service which is built on Apache Airflow. It empowers you to monitor, author and schedule pipelines that span across clouds and on-premises data centers. It is easy to use, operated using Python programming language and is free from lock-in. Cloud Composer makes orchestration easy, is end-to-end integrated for GCP workloads, lets you create a hybrid and a multi-cloud environment, and is built on a popular open source orchestration tool.

Here are its features:

  • Open source

  • Multi-cloud

  • Fully managed

  • Hybrid

  • Integrated

  • Reliable

  • Python programming language

Google Tasks

Google Tasks mobile app lets you capture, edit and manage your tasks from anywhere, at any time and with to-dos that sync across all your devices. It is also integrated with Google Calendar and Gmail that helps you get your tasks done even faster. You can now take control of your task management with this app. Manage your to-do list on the go with this easy-to-use app from Google.

Here are the features:

  • Capture tasks anywhere and anytime, real quick!

  • Add details and create subtasks

  • View tasks created from emails

  • Stay on the track with notifications and due dates

  • Part of G suite

Gmail New

This is a major improvement to Gmail on the web that helps people to be more productive at work. It lets you do more without having to leave the inbox. You can click on attachments, like photos—without opening or scrolling through large conversations and also use the new snooze button to put off emails that are not important or ones that you cannot get to right now.

Its other features include:

  • Will push you to follow up and respond to the messages with quick reminders that appear next to your email messages in order to help you make sure that nothing slips through the cracks.

  • Smart Reply lets you reply to your messages faster.

  • High priority notifications notify you of only the important messages so that you can stay focused without any interruption. Gmail will also suggest when to unsubscribe a newsletter or offers that are of no use to you or the ones you do not care about.

  • Warnings to alert you from potentially risky emails.

  • A confidential mode that allows you to remove any option to forward, copy, download or print message. This is useful when you have to send sensitive information through email such as your social security number.

  • Make a message expire after a set period of time and stay in control of your information.

Google- Talk to Books

Talk to Books lets you browse passages from books with the help of experimental AI. It’s a creative tool that helps you explore ideas and discover books by getting quotes that respond to your queries. AI is trained on human conversations so speak to it in sentences instead of speaking in keywords to fetch better results. Play with it and experiment to see how it changes the results.

New Gmail UI

The new Gmail looks like a hybrid between the current Gmail interface and inbox.google.com. The text buttons have been replaced with icons now which makes it look much cleaner than before. You can snooze emails so that they reappear in your inbox hours or days later.

Few of its features are:

  • Buttons such as “later today”, “tomorrow”, “this weekend”, “next week” and “someday” lets you prioritize things.

  • Snooze emails.

  • Smart reply suggestion in each email thread.

  • An expandable right-side column to load widgets of other apps.

Glad these releases came up. These will surely make your work a lot easier than before.

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