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Back to School With Google Docs New Features!

by Elie Chahine • September 3, 2015

Just in time for School, Google has released some great features to it Drive Suite; Google has been spending the summer break creating new tools to help you Collaborate and Save Time! Google Docs For Android You can now make your research right from the Docs App on your Android device. Without leaving your work, […]

Google Reveals a New Logo: Its Biggest Update In 16 Years!

by Elie Chahine • September 2, 2015

Google introduced today a new Logo, a month after restructuring the comapny under Alphabet. The new logo looks more playful and modern. The colors are now softer and the logo looks a lot like the new parent company Alphabet. As you can see in the video below, Google logo has evolved a lot since 1998, […]

Starting Tomorrow, Google Chrome will kill off Flash-based ads forever!

by Elie Chahine • August 31, 2015

Starting September 1st, Chrome will kill all Flash-Ads by default. Google explained in a post on Google Plus that the decision to kill flash ads is to make Google Chrome even faster. Will Chrome block Flash videos also? These changes will affect only flash ads, flash videos will continue to work. With HTML 5 becoming increasingly […]

Google Hangouts Now Has Its Own Website

by Elie Chahine • August 21, 2015

Google recently launched a new website for Hangouts, in which you can send and receive Instant messages, Voice and Video Calls. This is a new way to access your Hangouts, without the need to login to your Gmail, Google Plus or the Chrome Extension. The new URL to access the Hangouts Website is the following: […]

New Custom Invitations Options in Hangouts

by Elie Chahine • August 3, 2015

Hangouts is being updated with several new invitation options that will make things much clearer. Where to find it in the Hangouts App? If you head to the Hangout settings on an Android device you’ll see the “How others get in touch with you” heading. Below that is “Customize invites,” which is where the new features are. You […]

Soon you’ll be able to enjoy the best of Google without a Google Plus account !

by Elie Chahine • July 28, 2015

When Google first launched Google+, the aim was to to help people discover, share and connect across Google like they do in real life. While they got certain things right, Google admits that they made a few choices that they needed to rethink. So over the next few months, we’re going to experience some important changes. Here’s more […]

Google Apps Tips by EXEO

by Elie Chahine • July 23, 2015

Google Apps Tips will make your work more productive when using GApps for Work, If you’d like to receive these tips by email, do not forget to Subscribe to our Tip Emails on the right! Gmail Emailing a coworker in Germany, chatting with a supplier in China or adding a Japanese business partner name to […]

Google Drive can now stop others from taking your files!

by Elie Chahine • July 15, 2015

Google Drive has received an update today that allows all users to further control their shared documents. The cloud service now lets you disable downloading, printing, and copying of files.   How to apply the new Google Drive functionalities ? The new functionality can be accessed from the advanced sharing menu (see image above) – open the sharing […]

Google Apps Tips By EXEO

by Elie Chahine • July 10, 2015

Google Apps Tips will make your work more productive when using GApps for Work, If you’d like to receive these tips by email, do not forget to Subscribe to our Tip Emails on the right! Gmail Composing a New Email The main feature in Gmail is Composing a new email. As you can see in […]

Gmail “Undo Send” is now an official feature!

by Elie Chahine • June 24, 2015

Every one of us has experienced an email blunder at some point whether it was accidentally hitting reply to all, sending a message to the wrong person or forgetting to CC someone. Gmail originally launched the “Undo Send” feature in March 2009, but it was an experimental “Labs” feature, so few people actually knew that it […]