|Conditional formatting improvements in Google Sheets
People using Google Sheets will now have more powerful conditional formatting options. This launch will add the following features:
Conditional formatting can be added by highlighting the relevant cells and selecting Format > Conditional formatting from the menus.
|Google+ Photos coming to Google Drive
Google Drive allows you to store and access your files anywhere—on the web, on your hard drive, or on the go. We’re now making it easier to store and organize your photos and videos in Google Drive as well.Moving forward, people using Google+ Photos will see their photos and videos automatically in Google Drive. They will appear in a new menu item called Google Photos, and can be shared, moved, and renamed like any other Drive file:
This feature will start rolling out for consumers today in Drive for Android, iOS and the web, and will roll out gradually to Apps customers in the coming weeks. A notification in Drive will give people the option to add a Google Photos folder to My Drive, allowing them to manage their photos and videos alongside other types of files if they so choose. Existing Google+ Photos users will notice their photos and videos available in Drive in the coming weeks.
Note: photos and videos backed up to Drive via Auto Backup will not count towards storage quota, but Apps users may want to review their Google+ Photos Auto Backup settings to avoid inadvertent syncing to their corporate Drive account.
See the Help Center for more information on organizing, syncing and deletion options.
|Combined inboxes, smarter search and more with the new Gmail app for Android
A new version of the Gmail app for Android is now available on Google Play. New features include:
Note: The search auto-complete feature is not available for Google Apps for Government customers
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