Google Currents

Google plus for G Suite officially gone, rebranded as Google Currents

Google Currents
Google Currents

Washington D.C. [USA], July 7: Google recently announced that it is replacing the social network meant for enterprise users with a new tool called the Google Currents. Google Currents is designed specifically to enhance communications within organisations and enterprises. It allows users to discuss through posts and comments.

“Currents has helped us connect ideas and employees across our company. The upcoming features that we are testing make it even easier to get information to those in other regions and functions, and engage in conversation at all levels of our company. We look forward to seeing these roll out.” Donna Chornawka, ATB Financial

Now the Top questions about Google Currents

Who has access to Currents? Can I interact with people outside of my organization?

All G Suite users have access to Currents, if permitted by their G Suite administrator. Users can interact with people outside of their organization through private communities that are external to the company domain.

How do I manage and moderate the use of Currents?

G Suite administrators have the ability to manage settings for their domain in the admin console. Additionally, content managers can manage and moderate content and feature settings within Currents.

How much does Currents cost?

Currents is available to all G Suite users and included with the price of subscription. Once rolled out, all employees can engage in rich discussions at every level of their organization.

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