The most common complaint with G Suite accounts (and, moreover, with Google Apps accounts) has always been the lack of features. Google Assistant, Google Home Page, Family Sharing, YouTube TV, Google Fi and other services either partly work or not working on G Suite. Although there is a big gap between personal and G Suite accounts, the gap is now a bit smaller.
First of all, G Suite accounts are now working with Google Assistant, in particular, its ability to read and manage the calendar. By this time, you could see only future calendar events from the Assistant by sharing your work calendar with your personal Gmail account. Expect that in the near future you will see more Google's major Google hubs in office buildings.
Google Voice has finally arrived to all G Suite users. It has been testing since July last year and is basically identical to voice for Gmail accounts. Administrators can port / provide numbers on behalf of users, and also have advanced functionality available, such as routing and synchronizing directory companies.
In addition, G Suite will soon have additional features that can be connected to Gmail, Calendar, and other services. The company said in a blog post: "Employees can now turn to the CRM tool for information when developing a Google document, add a task to the project management tool directly from Gmail's email, and more." The first round of additional components ̵1; Copper, Workfront and Box.
Other new features include custom metadata in disk files, third-party vendors to Cloud Search, auto-captions in Hangouts Meet, integration with the BigQuery database in Google, editing Microsoft Office files using Google Docs and pincodes for Google Docs files. . Finally, the corporate version of G + has been renamed Currents.