Expanding autocorrect to Google Chat on web
Google Chat on web will now automatically correct misspelled words, making it easier to send messages without typos.
Similar to functionality in Gmail and Google Docs, the corrected words are shown with a grey underline so you know when the auto-correction has occurred.
Expanding streamlined file organisation across Google Workspace
Earlier this year, Google introduced streamlined file organisation with the new Google Drive location picker.
As a follow up, Google are expanding this updated visual experience to Google Docs, Sheets, Slides, Drawings, Sites and Gmail.
Users will now have access to helpful suggestions when moving files, adding shortcuts to files, or creating copies of files.
Learn more about how to use Google Drive.
Updated zoom in/out capabilities across Google Docs, Slides and Drawings
Google are introducing new zoom keyboard shortcuts in Google Docs and Slides on web to help you zoom in, zoom out, or scale to 100%.
Additionally, you can now smoothly zoom in or out in Slides using the trackpad or mouse wheel with a modifier key (cmd/ctrl), making it easier to control your view of Slides.
Expanded language support for captions in Google Meet
Captions in Google Meet allow you to view captions as everyone speaks during a meeting.
Over the course of the next several weeks, you’ll be able to use captions in more languages.
Dynamic groups now supports negation queries
You can now create or edit dynamic groups to use negation in membership queries.
For example, you can opt to create a dynamic group that excludes all users from a particular sub organization or specific job title. There are a few limitations, however — any query using the “exists” macro and using the AND (&) operator or queries where the NOT operator is used inside of the “exists” macro will not be supported. | Rolling out to Rapid Release and Scheduled Release domains at gradual pace (up to 15 days for feature visibility) starting September 11, 2023.