After more than a year of availability, Google Workspace SingleGoogle’s offering of self-employed professionals as an alternative to using free personal accounts for their businesses announces a series of novelties that are actually an update in the offering, which includes increased secure cloud storage, new email customization options, expanded availability to new markets, and more.
In this way, Google will try to prevent users from being tempted to go to the competition, in whole or in part, pretending to be the central choice that provides freelance professionals with everything they need.
Update so as not to be outdated
Primarily, given the need to store more files in the cloud, and above all, along with business growth, Google will soon start expanding individual Workspace accounts from the current 15GB capacity to 1TBwhich will allow professionals to securely host more documents and files from any device using Google Drive, with integrated protection and collaborative capabilities with support for more than 100 file types.
Second, in multicast mode, which allows you to send emails to multiple recipients while maintaining privacy, Google says that It’s now possible to add mail merge labels to multisend emails, making each recipient who receives a version feel meant just for them.In other words, each recipient who receives a copy of the message appears to be addressed only to him.
in third place, Google Workspace Individual now comes to the Philippines, Vietnam, Indonesia, Malaysia, Taiwan, Thailand, the Netherlands, Portugal, Belgium, Finland, Greece and Argentinaadding to the list that already included the United States, Canada, Mexico, Brazil, Japan, Australia and six European countries, including Spain.
Finally, the company points out that They will delve into another series of capabilities for businesssuch as Meet Premium, Google Docs e-signature, appointment scheduling, and more.
Those interested can access the file 14-day free trialwhile those individuals who wish to possess productive capabilities excellentand urge them to check out their Google One plans.
more information: The Google