Google Chat is getting a makeover that is based on Google's Material Design 3 system. This means that the UI will now include tweaks like rounded corners and a new color palette. The chat app will also have improved navigation, making it easier to find and access conversations.
Google has been introducing new features and designs to its Workspace apps to provide consistency in how they look. Google Chat is the most recent to receive an update, but other apps like Docs, Sheets, Slides, and Drive are also getting a refreshed design.
Your Google Docs, Sheets, Slides, and Drive might look quite different in the coming days. The tech giant has started rolling out the updated Material Design 3 to its productivity apps, which includes a new toolbar, updated typography, and new icons.
I'm not mad, I'm just disappointed. What is going on with that toolbar? Why is it so ugly? Who did this? Is there a design war between Google and Apple? These are just some of the questions that have been asked about the new toolbar design in Google Workspace apps. While some users are not happy with the new design, others are excited about the fresh look.
Google gave an overview of generative AI features in Workspace apps two weeks ago and is now beginning testing in Gmail and Docs. These features include ways to suggest changes to text, automatically create tables, and summarize long documents.
Google Docs and all the Google Workspace apps are getting a refreshed look that's easy on the eyes, and here's why I'm excited about the new design. The updated design is more modern and visually appealing, making it easier to use the apps for longer periods of time. The new icons and typography are also more consistent across all apps, making it easier to navigate.
Google has started to roll out its Material Design 3 for its productivity apps like Docs, Sheets, and Drive. If your spreadsheets and documents look a little different, that's why. The updated design is rolling out gradually, so not all users will see the changes at once.
Google has announced a suite of upcoming generative AI features for its Workspace apps, including Gmail and Docs. These features will help users save time and streamline their work processes. Some of the new tools include Smart Compose for Google Docs, which suggests changes to text, and Smart Tables for Sheets, which automates the creation of tables.
Google has announced several new AI tools coming to its software suite, and we've picked out the five most useful tools. These include Smart Compose for Google Docs, which suggests changes to text, and Smart Tables for Sheets, which automates the creation of tables. The other tools include Smart Fill for Sheets, Smart Canvas for Docs and Slides, and Pageless Docs for Docs and Slides.