G Suite Developer Newsletter
 
March 2017
 
 
 
Keynotes
 
 
Google Cloud Next - That's a wrap!
 
If you missed out on Next, our first big enterprise conference, don't fret. Our keynote and session recordings are now available for viewing. So grab a coffee and catch up to keynotes by Diane Greene, Eric Schmidt and our head of machine learning, Fei-Fei Li or our fireside chat with Internet legends Vint Cerf and Marc Andreessen.
 
Watch our videos ->
 
 
 
G Suite Announcements
 
 
All our G Suite announcements from Next, in one place
 
Looking to catch up on all our big G Suite news from Next? Watch Prabhakar Raghavan's keynote featuring the introduction of Gmail Add-ons, a new way to bring the power of your app into Gmail. You can also read our blog for all the details.
 
Catch up on G Suite Announcements ->
 
 
 
 
 
API & Tooling news
 
Announced: Gmail Add-ons Developer Preview — A new way for developers to bring the power of their app into Gmail with just one tap, across devices.
 
Launched: Classroom API enhancements to coursework endpoints — These updates add new management capabilities that allow applications to create and update questions, modify and delete coursework, and add Drive items and YouTube videos to coursework and student submissions.
 
Launched: New Metrics on Hangouts and Changes to Google+ Activity Metrics — The new Hangouts metrics have been added to the Reports API and can now be used to track video calls by platform. In addition, Hangouts, YouTube Comments, and Photos have been unbundled from core Google+ product usage, so you may see a decrease in overall Google+ usage at your domain.
 
Launched: External Directory Sharing Setting — In September, we added two APIs to the recently launched External Directory Sharing Admin console setting. The sharing setting is already enforced in the Google People API, and we will now also enforce it in Google CardDAV API and Google Contacts API v3.
 
Launched: App Maker Early Adopter Program — App Maker is G Suite's low-code application development tool that lets you build powerful, custom business apps in days, not months. It's currently available as part of an Early Adopter Program (EAP) to G Suite Business customers. You can apply to join the EAP today here.
 
Launched: Gmail API: New Endpoints for Settings — The new feature extends the Gmail API with new endpoints for managing settings such as filters, signatures, out of the office settings, and more.
 
Launched: Cloud Speech API — The new feature, now in beta, enables users to convert audio into text using standard HTTP GET and POST constructs. The API recognizes over 80 languages and variants, supporting a global user base.
 
Launched: Cloud Natural Language API — The new feature, now in beta, lets users easily reveal the structure and meaning of their text in a variety of languages. It includes sentiment analysis, entity recognition, and syntax analysis.
 
 
 
 
 
 
Developer News
 
Intuit, ProsperWorks and Salesforce participated in the launch of Gmail Add-ons, a new way to surface third-party app functionality directly in Gmail.
 
Salesforce announced Edit Opportunities in Google Sheets, a new feature that allows sales reps to automatically sync changes to Salesforce Opportunity List View made in Sheets to Salesforce.
 
Asana, Box and Zendesk announced partnerships to seamlessly integrate existing workflows into Hangouts Chat, a communication app in Hangouts that connects cross-functional enterprise teams.
 
Egnyte announced a new integration which lets their users not only create, but also store Google Docs, Sheets and Slides files within the Egnyte Connect environment.
 
Join.me now integrates with Google Single Sign-on and has published their application to the G Suite Marketplace.
 
 
 
 
 
 
Where to find us
Launch Festival, April 6—7, San Francisco, CA
WebIT Conference, April 24—26, Sofia, Bulgaria
Collision Conference, May 2—4, New Orleans, LA
InfoShare, May 17—19, Gdansk, Poland
Nantucket Conference, June 8—9, Nantucket, MA
 
 
 
 
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