Starting Thursday, anyone throughout the U.S. can look Google for fitness classes and book them as well on Google Maps, Search and the Reserve with Google website.
Here’s how it works:
Now, when a user visits ‘Reserve with Google’ on their desktop or mobile, and search for fitness studios nearby, they’ll get recommendations for new classes, or just book a spot in the session already known to them. You can also use filters to pinpoint an exact destination.
While at checkout, introductory offers like when class packages or memberships will be available or buying options are offered as well.
In addition, classes can also be book from Google Maps desktop and Search on mobile and desktop. To book a class using of the two, just search for the studio you want to book, and click “Reserve with Google” to see the class schedule, book, and pay.
Google says they will also bring real-time class inventory across the U.S. with top scheduling providers including MINDBODY, MyTime, Genbook, Full Slate, Front Desk, Appointy, and more.
A new app makes the Google Calendar optimized and available on the iPad, will all the machine intelligence-powered features you know and love including:
- Find a time and book a room. Get everyone together faster for meetings. With smart scheduling, Calendar suggests meeting times and available rooms based on your team’s availability and room preferences.
- Set Goals and achieve them. Add a goal and Calendar will intelligently schedule time for it so you can stick to it.
- Plus, you can search your Calendar easily from the iPad home screen with Spotlight Search.
Google says, it will soon offer more updates like a ‘Today View Widget’ that help see upcoming events in the Notification Center and on the lock screen.
The new Calendar app for iPad is available for download on Apple App Store.
G Suite users can now rename their Security Keys, a two-step verification (2SV) method that helps keep users secure from phishing attempts while signing into G Suite accounts.
Now, users who have multiple Security Keys, can “rename those Security Keys for easier managing” by visiting their Two-Step Verification settings.
G Suite administrators can now automatically provision users to Box Enterprise and Salesforce Sandbox.
For more specific details on how to set up auto-provisioning, check out the Help Center.
G Suite developers also now have a new ‘issue tracker’ that already migrated existing issues from previous systems.
Each G Suite API and developer tool has its own “component” number that you can search. Heads up, you need to be logged in with your Google credentials to view or update issues in the tracker.