Google Workspace Increased Account Storage From 15GB to 1TB
Google Workspace For Workspace Individual users, Google has unveiled a few new features, including a new storage cap of 1TB rather than the customary 15GB. Small company owners and entrepreneurs that require a single Google account for managing everyday work demands can use the Google Workspace Individual account. Google first made this option available for single workspace accounts last year.
Google Workspace-Google stated in a blog post that the increased storage limit would be introduced independently. To obtain the storage, these users don’t need to do any additional steps. The precise moment that the storage increase will go into effect is not stated in the blog article. In addition to being able to “save over 100 file formats in Drive, including PDFs, CAD files, and pictures,” business owners will also be able to “collaborate on and edit Microsoft Office files without converting them,” according to the blog post.
Additionally, Google revealed a Gmail update for these accounts that makes it simpler to email numerous recipients without sacrificing privacy. Mail merge tags have been included as a new feature of the mail service’s multi-send mode.
These allow Workspace Individual users to personalise multi-send emails by adding tags like “@firstname” that make each receiver believe the email was written just for them. In order to allow recipients to unsubscribe from further emails, multi-send emails also contain an unsubscribe link.
Google Workspace-In order to make Google Workspace Individual available to more business owners worldwide, Google is also expanding geographic availability. The Philippines, Vietnam, Indonesia, Malaysia, Taiwan, Thailand, the Netherlands, Portugal, Belgium, Finland, Greece, and Argentina will also now be able to access Google Workspace Individual. These nations join those where Workspace Individual has already been implemented, including the United States, Canada, Mexico, Brazil, Japan, Australia, and six nations in Europe.
Other forthcoming capabilities include e-signature in Google Docs and Premium Meet, a set of extra services available to higher-tier Workspace members.