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 October 06 2020

Google Workspace

Google Workspace.

Google Workspace. © Google.

Google announced a major rebranding of its G Suite office tools, now called Google Workspace. The rebranded suite, which already includes Gmail, Docs, Meet, Sheets and Calendar, will progressively see new features added to strengthen interconnectedness. To reflect this, all the applications are getting new icons in a matching livery of Google’s four iconic colors (blue, red, yellow and green), which, incidentally, may make them harder to tell apart at a glance. It seems that with this rebranding, Google is signalling that it is investing heavily in its suite to compete against Microsoft Office. Google Workspace plans start at CAD8 per month per user with the Business Starter pack, move up to CAD16 for the Business Standard pack, and top out at CAD23 for the Business Plus pack.

Ars Technica, Ron Amadeo, “Behold the new icons for Gmail, Drive, Calendar, and Meet.”

Google Could Blog, Javier Soltero, “Introducing Google Workspace.”

 

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