Ever felt lost because of frequent interruptions caused by a bad connection when your search resutls losts, cheer up, you can now keep searching with a single tap on the Google app for Android, even if your search fails—as Google will deliver you search results as soon as the connection is available.
So, the next time your lose service with your mobile network become inconsistent or spotty, you won’t need to restart your search, as you can simply queue up your searches them up for later. The Google app “will work behind-the-scenes to detect when a connection is available again and deliver your search results once completed.”
With this change, “search results are saved as soon as they are retrieved, even if you lose connection afterwards or go into airplane mode,” writes Google search team.
And of course, this feature, won’t drain your battery, and will only minimally impacts data usage to fetch streamlined search results pages.
Update 01/19: Going forward, you can add a rectangular block of cells to any Google spreadsheet on the web, and it will simply shift the surrounding cells down or to the right. You can delete chunks of cells in the same way.
You can insert cells from Insert menu and delete cells from the Edit menu. Both features are also accessible when you right-click on a cell.
Check out the Help Center for more information.
Update 10/25: A new administrator notification which inform you know when a user abusing the SMTP relay service to send out spam or malicious emails. And, the domain super administrator, already receive a list of the users affected, alongwith steps to identify why it’s occurring and how to fix it.
Now after February 6, a user being flagged for any detected abuse will be automatically suspended from sending messages in order to prevent further domain reputation damage, the team said.
Though, these accounts can be re-enable from the Admin console, but it’s recommended to first determine the source of the spam.