Newest Gmail features for Google Apps users

Posted by Shailendra Doke | Mar 22, 2008

Google announced one new update which is now rolling out to Google Apps users who haven't already opted in to get the latest improvements. Employees, students and other Google Apps users will soon start seeing useful features like -

Google's new RSS feed will help users to stay up-to-date to latest Google Apps Improvements, so you can learn about changes to Google Apps as they happen.

"If you're a Google Apps administrator and you'd rather start getting new features right away instead of waiting, you can change a setting in the control panel to automatically get future features as they're released."

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