Google Workspace Is Now Available For Free For All Google accounts

Sometime last year, Google consolidated the suite of productivity-focused apps, rebranding it from G Suite to Google Workspace. Now, the Internet search giant has announced that Google Workspace will be available to all Google account holders (including free Google accounts).

This new development means all Google account users will enjoy the benefits of Google Workspace. That is, users will have access to applications such as Gmail, Chat, Calendar, Drive, Docs, Sheets, Meet and, more. 

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Each application features deep integrations with other apps in the suite, making it much easier to plan, collaborate and work.

Google also introduced a new tier of subscription called "Google Workspace individuals" for users who want more from their Workspace. As the name suggests, this premium subscription is designed for individuals small business owners and will capabilities such as smart booking services, personalized email marketing, professional video meetings, and more.

Google Workspace Individual subscription will be $9.99/month, with an introductory price of $7.99/month. This new paid offering will be rolling out to United States, Canada, Mexico, Brazil, Canada, Australia, and Japan, soon.

"Collaboration doesn't stop at the workplace  our products have been optimized for broad participation, sharing and helpfulness since the beginning," said Javier Soltero, VP, and GM, Google Workspace. "Our focus is on delivering consumers, workers, teachers and students alike an equitable approach to collaboration, while still providing flexibility that allows these different subsets of users to take their own approach to communication and collaboration."

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Users will have to switch from the classic Hangout experience to the new Google Chat to access this new Workspace user experience. 

Also, Google will soon rename Rooms to Space, which will come with features such as in-line topic threading, presence indicators, custom statuses, expensive reactions, and a collapsible view. The tech giant says it is "evolving the Rooms experience in Google Chat into a dedicated place for organizing people, topics, and projects in Google Workspace."

Just like Google Workspace, both free and paid users will get access to these new Spaces once they launch later this year.

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