Google increases ‘Workspace Individual’ free storage from 15GB to 1TB2 min read
Workspace Individual, an enhanced version of the suite, was released at the same time to attract you into paying the company money. With its expanded storage space, Workspace Individual has become a little more appealing. Last year, Google made its Workspace productivity application free to all users.
Thanks to a recent Google update, new capabilities are now available in Workspace Individual. The most significant is expanded cloud storage without an increase in pricing. Previously, 15GB of space for individual accounts—equivalent to a basic Gmail account—was offered, but this has since been extended to a dependable 1TB of online storage.
Individual users are immediately upgraded from 15GB to 1TB. Simply sit back and wait for it to appear in your bank account, assuming you have one.
Expanding firms, according to the corporation, require as much storage as feasible. Furthermore, Google Drive allows users to access their data “securely from any device,” according to Google. Furthermore, the idea that Workspace Individual clients would not use other services (like as OneDrive or Dropbox) since they already have so much storage doesn’t harm. When it comes to purchasing additional storage, the search engine behemoth plans to be the frontrunner.
Individual Workspace is still fairly local, at least for the time being. Recently, the Philippines, Thailand, Indonesia, Malaysia, Vietnam, Taiwan, Portugal, the Netherlands, Belgium, Finland, Greece, and Argentina were granted access.
What exactly is Google Workspace?
It is a single, integrated service from Google that provides everything in one place – Gmail, Chat, Calendar, Drive, Docs, Sheets, Meet, and more.
You may use Google Chat to set up a secure collaboration space to keep everyone up to date, discuss ideas, and keep track of all your vital information in one spot, from videos and photos from your last vacation to a Google Sheet of your family’s annual budget. Whether you’re drafting a message in Gmail to the entire group or booking a meeting invite in a shared Calendar, smart suggestions let you bring in recommended files and swiftly include the right people using @-mentions.
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