Google+ circles will no longer be synchronized to a "Circles" section in Contacts. Instead, Google+ profile information will only be shown in Contacts when viewing a specific contact profile. Circle memberships can still be managed in Google+.
Groups will be renamed Labels. There are no changes to functionality.
What you should do
If you have users previewing the new Contacts, share the images and changes. The following Help Center articles will also help prepare them for the changes:
To prevent the errors that sometimes plague complex calculations, today we’re launching a new setting in Sheets on the web (File > Spreadsheet settings > Calculation > Iterative calculation) that allows you to set the maximum number of times a calculation with a circular reference can take place. In addition, you can specify a “convergence threshold,” and when results from successive calculations differ by less than that threshold value, the calculations will stop (even if the maximum number of calculations has yet to be reached).
In September 2016, we launched Explore in Google Docs, Sheets, and Slides to give you the insights, design tools, and research recommendations you need to do your best work. Today, we’re improving upon the feature by allowing you to easily cite those findings. Students writing research reports, analysts crafting whitepapers, and others looking to credit their sources can now insert citations as footnotes with the click of a button in Explore in Docs on the web. You can even change the format of your citation, switching between the MLA, APA, and Chicago styles. For more information on how to use citations in Docs Explore, check out the Help Center.
With the addition of citations support, we’re now ready to launch Explore in Docs to G Suite for Education customers on the Scheduled release track. That rollout will begin tomorrow, December 6th.
Being able to save Google Slides in the OpenDocument Presentation (.odp) file format has been a popular request from the open-source community and organizations that use open-source office suites, such as LibreOffice and OpenOffice. Starting today, you can download your Google Slides presentations in the ODP file format.
From a Google Slides presentation, click File >Download as >ODP Document (.odp) to download your presentation as an ODP file. The file will be saved to your default download folder.
With this update, you can now import and export all three major OpenDocument file formats: .odt files for documents, .ods for spreadsheets, and .odp for presentations.
Please note that some formatting (e.g. tables and complex shapes) may be lost during file conversion.
Launch Details Release track: Launching to both Rapid release and Scheduled release
Rollout pace: Full rollout (1–3 days for feature visibility)
Saving YouTube Videos as a file
0k - Oct 6, 2010, 1:54 PM by James Hatz (v1)
Sometimes you may wish to save a youtube video for use in another program or at a computer without Internet access. This document explains how.
30k - Oct 6, 2010, 9:00 AM by James Hatz (v1)
Template to import students into Moodle