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Google Adds Project Assignments, Improved Voice Typing, and More to G Suite

Google Adds Project Assignments, Improved Voice Typing, and More to G Suite Related Blogs Two Cents Vitals Skillet Gear Gizmodo Media Group Blogs Deadspin Gizmodo Jalopnik Jezebel Kotaku Lifehacker Google Adds Project Assignments, Improved Voice Typing, and More to G Suite Thorin Klosowski 10/19/16 3:00pm Filed to: google Google’s recently rebranded G Suite collection of Docs, Sheets, and Slides, gets a handful of improvements today. Notably, this includes a new assignment function alongside a few other lesser improvements. The ability to assign tasks are the big new feature here. Now, you can select anything in a documents and assign it to another team member as an “Action Item.” If you’re tracking any type of team project then this simplifies things a bit. Those files will also be bit easier to find because any Action Item or new suggestions will be highlighted in Google Drive’s file browser. Also new is an improved form builder, a new set of commands for voice typing , and Slack integration. You’ll find the full list of improvements over on Google’s blog, or rolling out in Docs, Sheets, and Slides soon. Advertisement Five new ways to reach your goals faster with G Suite | Google Thorin Klosowski thorin@lifehacker.com @kingthor Writer, Lifehacker Gear from Kinja Deals The Best Black Friday Deals The OXO On Is The Coffee Maker You Should Buy The Still-Great GoPro Hero4 Silver Is Down to $280  Read more! View full discussion Want Lifehacker’s email newsletter? Subscribe About Blog Need Help? Content Guide Permissions Privacy Terms of Use Advertising Jobs RSS Share Tweet