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If you need something older, search is your friend—and in Hangouts Chat, it’s conversation focused, too.
Click the search icon in the top of Hangouts Chat—or press button so you can jump back in and re-start the discussion.
Perhaps the thought is related to something you discussed with your colleagues yesterday—no matter, it still goes in a new message that shows up first since it was posted today, preceded by everything else your group’s chatted about over time.
Much like classic Google Talk text chat and Hangouts video calls, the new Hangouts Chat is an easy way to discuss ideas with others. Here’s a quick guide to using it—and the best hidden tips we’ve found to make Hangouts Chat a productive place to discuss your work and push projects forward. Check out Google Allo and Duo, its apps for one-on-one text and video chat, respectively.
You crunch numbers in Google Sheets, write reports in Google Docs, and start Hangouts video calls to get everyone on the same page. Trapped in emails and search history and sheets and notes, the project is something only can make sense of.
That’s the best reason to use the new Google Hangouts Chat.
Getting started is easy—all you need is your company’s G Suite account, as everyone on your team’s already invited.
Hangouts Chat is included with every paid G Suite account, so if your company's using Gmail for your company email, odds are you can already use Hangouts Chat.