Google now let its Google Docs users move a file to a folder without using the Docs list. “Just click the “folder” icon next to the title of the file and you can pick one or more folders. This works for documents, spreadsheets, presentations, drawings, PDF files and any other files.”
“Google uses the word “collection” instead of “folder.” When you mouse over the new icon, the tooltip reads “folders”. Google Docs collections are actually hierarchical labels because you can place a file in multiple collections,” posted Cougar.
Also, the following new features are now available to domains Google Apps for Business, Government and Education:
- Gmail: New look released to all users. Opt-out link will be removed starting April 3rd and continue throughout the week
- Gmail: Learn why a message was flagged as spam
- Gmail: Google+ email notifications become interactive- add users to circles directly in Gmail messages
And, the Google Spreadsheets- Left-to-right support for the menu and formula bar, intended for release to these domains on Apr 10.
Also, previously, administrator privileges were assigned on a per-user basis. As a replacement, you can now create “roles” such as Help Desk, Services, and Groups, or create your own custom role.
If you assigned delegated administrator privileges to users before administrator roles were available, Google Apps created roles for those settings. These custom roles have the name role_useremail, where useremail is the email address of the user to whom the privileges were assigned.
Users on Google+ can now manage their contacts more efficiently in Gmail on Google Apps for Business, Government and Education.
- See user details in a new right-hand side box
- Sort Gmail messages and Contacts by Circle
- Google+ contact information is automatically updated to users in shared circles
- Users can easily share images in Gmail messages to Google+
- See details from your Google Contacts when you view someone’s Google+ profile