Google's messaging application has once again adapted its interface to be more effective on mobile devices. These are the changes.
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For the editorial team at Universo Samsung, Google Chat is an essential tool. All our work revolves around Google’s tools, providing us with great flexibility. Additionally, Google’s tools are quite straightforward to use, making the learning curve effective and short.
Among the tools offered by the company is Google Chat, a messaging app connected to your Google account, allowing the creation of spaces (groups) or individual chats. Everything is seamlessly integrated with Google Drive, Google Calendar, Gmail, among others. Integration is a key aspect.
A new floating bar and shortcuts to key parts of the conversation
Aside from work, I also use Google Chat in my daily life to communicate with friends, colleagues, and family. Recently, the messaging app received an update that has changed its design. While no new features were added, the design has been altered to one that may seem chaotic at first but aligns with the latest changes received in the web version.
Once you get used to the new design, it becomes more comfortable. Unread messages are now at the top, regardless of whether they are from a chat or a space. The major change is at the bottom. If you use Google Chat from the Gmail app, you’ll notice that there are now only three buttons: email, chat, and video calls. When you click on chat, a floating bar appears, leading you to the cover of chats, a button for individual chats, another for spaces, and another for mentions. Finally, next to this, you have the button to compose a new message, chat, or space.
Note: This content has been translated with an artificial intelligence tool, so the translation may be slightly inaccurate. The original version written by our editor is the the Spanish version