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Google Chat Text Box Gets A New Look Similar To Messages For Android

Google Chat Text Box will be getting a new redesign look similar to android message box

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Google Chat Text Box gets a new design
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Google is updating the Chat mobile and web applications with a text box and compose field change that makes the Workspace communication service seem more like the consumer Messages client for SMS and RCS.

For a long time, the chat text box was just a plain field with a row of buttons beneath it to access other tools. Those workspace connections are now hidden by default, replaced with a pill-shaped area flanked by a “+” icon in a circle, emoji and gallery shortcuts, and the send button.


Tapping the first button opens a sheet with options for: photos (again), camera, GIF, meet link, calendar invite, drive, and format. The text description that goes with each line is useful and allows Google to add additional connectors without overloading the user.

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“You may now conduct actions in other Google Workspace apps while you’re having a chat in Google Chat. Simply hover your cursor over the + icon at the beginning of the text box to see and access the menu of choices. Depending on the context, these alternatives may include “Drive, Docs, Sheets, Slides, Photos, and Calendar.”

Meanwhile, the online version gains a pleasant and improved structure, with a look that is virtually comparable to Google Messages on Android. The consistency is intriguing and might be beneficial to consumers who utilize both Google services. In the next few weeks, all Google Workspace users will be able to access the new chat text box. It will first be available on Android and the web before making its way to iOS in “early 2022.”

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