New to integrated Gmail

  1. Get started with the integrated experience in Google Workspace

    Get things done with Google Workspace Now you can get email, chat, and meetings—all your online communication streams—in one familiar place. Below, you can learn how to get started with the integrated experience in Google Workspace, use the different communication streams, explore new features, and troubleshoot issues. Get started You can now communicate through email, one-on-one or group chat, and audio or video meetings, all without leaving Gmail. You can turn on the integrated experience in Google Workspace by turning on Google Chat. Choose the right channel You can choose the right communi…
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  2. Change your Gmail availability & status

    You can change your status to Automatic, Do not disturb, or Away.
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  3. Create & manage spaces in Gmail

    You can create a space for ongoing and long-term conversations. When you create a space, you can: Name the space. Split the conversation into threads. Invite people or groups. Important: To add someone to a space, they must have a personal, work, or school account. If they don't, learn how to create a Google account.
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  4. Start or join a video call from Gmail

    You can start or join face-to-face video calls while in Gmail. Want to get more out of Google apps at work or school? Sign up for a Google Workspace trial at no charge. Tip: To make sure you don't join a meeting with an expired code and to better plan for the future meetings you create, check when meeting codes expire. Learn about Google Meet meeting codes. Related topics Filter out noise from your video calls on Google Meet Use breakout rooms in Google Meet
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  5. Create a task in Gmail

    You can create, assign, edit, complete and delete group Tasks in Gmail. As a member of the space, you can create and manage group Tasks within a space. Tasks will appear in the space where they were created and in the assignee’s personal Tasks list. Creating a task and any major updates such as assigning or completing the task will notify everyone through the space. Tip: All spaces and their members can create and manage all Tasks. If you're using a Google Workspace account, your organization needs to turn Tasks on to use them. Please contact your Google Workspace administrator.
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  6. Send a chat message in Gmail

    You can message someone through: A personal Gmail account A Google Workspace account used at work or school, if their organization allows it Chat or classic Hangouts You can send a direct message to someone outside your organization, but you can't include external people in an internal group message. A badge by a person’s name shows they're outside your organization. To message back, the recipient must first accept your request. Important: To send someone a direct message, they must have a personal, work, or school account. If they don't, learn how to create a Google account.
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