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Google’s G Suite just got smarter 

G Suite—the set of online productivity tools formerly known as Google Apps for Business—is getting a few new features designed to let you get work done more efficiently. Some highlights: • Google Docs will automatically suggest action items when you type phrases such as “Steve to follow up on travel plans.” • If you type … Continue reading “Google’s G Suite just got smarter “

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G Suite—the set of online productivity tools formerly known as Google Apps for Business—is getting a few new features designed to let you get work done more efficiently. Some highlights:

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• Google Docs will automatically suggest action items when you type phrases such as “Steve to follow up on travel plans.”

• If you type a phrase like “What days are you available?,” Forms will create the necessary checkboxes and answers.

• Docs has more voice commands for tasks such as changing text color and deletion.

About the author

Harry McCracken is the technology editor for Fast Company, based in San Francisco. In past lives, he was editor at large for Time magazine, founder and editor of Technologizer, and editor of PC World.

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