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The new Audit Log's Marketplace Login Activity page lists when a user successfully logs in to Google Apps Marketplace applications installed in your account.

Each auto log entry describes a user's successful Marketplace login activity including the Marketplace application's name and login page URL, the user's primary email address, and the activity's date.

Editions included:
Google Apps, Google Apps for Business, Government and Education

Languages included:
All languages supported

For more information:
http://support.google.com/a/bin/answer.py?hl=en&answer=2498547

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Google Apps Vault is a new E-Discovery product which allows you to proactively archive, retain, and preserve user email and on the record chats. It is available to Google Apps for Business customers for $5 per user per month.

Editions included:
Google Apps for Business

Languages included:
All languages supported

For more information:
http://googleenterprise.blogspot.com/2012/03/google-apps-vault-brings-information.html

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Google Apps Directory Sync 3.0.6 has a cleaner, more intuitive user interface, in addition to the following new features:

- Configurable password length
- Passwords generated by Google Apps Directory Sync now have a configurable length
- Miscellaneous bug fixes

Editions included:
Google Apps for Business, Government and Education

Languages included:
US English Only

For more information:
http://support.google.com/a/bin/answer.py?hl=en&answer=1263028

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Beginning May 1, 2012, we're ending our support for the small percentage of mobile browsers that can't use cookies. This update will only affect older generation mobile browsers, primarily based in Japan, that don't support authentication cookies for signing in to Google services. Most mobile phones will not be affected.

What's changing?

When signing in to a Google service (like Gmail), after you provide your username and password, your mobile browser receives an authentication token. This allows you to access Gmail, Google Calendar, and other Google services without having to sign in everytime. Authentication tokens are typically stored in the form of a cookie. A few older mobile browsers don't support cookies, and so we temporarily retained a legacy mechanism for authentication.

In order to focus on new feature development, we're ending this legacy mechanism. Beginning May 1, 2012, we will support only mobile browsers that are able to use cookies. On these legacy mobile browsers, you can continue to use other Google services that don't require user login, such as Search and Maps.

How do I know if my mobile browser is affected?

If you're using an older mobile browser that doesn't support authentication cookies, you'll see an alert when you try to sign in to your Google Account or Google Apps account.

If you have an unsupported mobile browser, we suggest you check the mobile browser requirements for Gmail to find a compatible device. We are working to provide the best experience with Google products using the technologies provided by modern mobile browsers.

Editions included:
Google Apps, Google Apps for Business, Government and Education

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http://support.google.com/a/bin/answer.py?&answer=2473579

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The spell checking feature in Google Docs and Presentations now uses the power of Google search. The major benefits of this are:

- Suggestions are contextual
- Contextual suggestions are made even if the misspelled word is in the dictionary
- Suggestions constantly evolve

The new spell checker is available for English documents and presentations, but we plan to bring it to more languages soon.

Release track:
Rapid & Scheduled

Editions included:
Google Apps, Google Apps for Business, Government and Education

Languages included:
English only

For more information:
http://googledocs.blogspot.com/2012/03/spell-checking-powered-by-web.html

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The New Look opt-out link in Gmail will be removed beginning Tuesday, March 27th and will continue throughout that week. Additionally, all users who have previously opted out will be moved to the new look.

Release track:
Rapid & Scheduled

Editions included:
Google Apps, Google Apps for Business, Government and Education

Languages included:
All languages supported

For more information:
http://whatsnew.googleapps.com/new-look/gmail-resources


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Messages in your spam folder now tell you why the messages were put there, and you can learn about any potentially harmful content within them.

Release track:
Rapid & Scheduled

Editions included:
Google Apps, Google Apps for Business, Government and Education

Languages included:
All languages supported by Gmail

For more information:
http://gmailblog.blogspot.com/2012/03/learn-why-message-ended-up-in-your-spam.html
http://support.google.com/mail/bin/answer.py?hl=en&answer=1366858

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The following features are now available to domains following the Scheduled Release track:
- Gmail: Open to: email links directly in Chrome
- Docs: A centralized "Comments" menu
- Docs: See full names in document and presentation comments (instead of showing email addresses)
- Sites: Add custom Javascript and CSS to your Google Sites

The following features are intended for release to these domains on Mar 27:
- Gmail: New look released to all users. Opt-out link will be removed starting March 27th and continue throughout the week
- Gmail: The Gmail loading bar has received a visual refresh, inline with the New Look
- Gmail: Users who prefer text buttons rather than icons will be able to change this in "Settings"
- Gmail: Star and label messages before you send them

Release track:
Scheduled

Editions included:
Google Apps, Google Apps for Business, Government and Education

*Scheduled Release track: Domains with ‘Scheduled Release’ option enabled in the administrator control panel. Learn more.

For more information:
http://support.google.com/mail/bin/answer.py?hl=en&answer=2473038

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Organize your messages before sending them by starring them or adding a label, making it easy to keep track of your sent messages.

Release track:
Rapid

Editions included:
Google Apps, Google Apps for Business, Government and Education

Languages included:
All languages supported by Gmail

For more information:
http://gmailblog.blogspot.com/2012/03/star-and-label-messages-before-you-send.html

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The following features are now available to domains following the Scheduled Release track:
- Gmail: G+ users can now hide their G+ Circles while in the Gmail interface. This is rolling out to users over the next few days.

The following features are intended for release to these domains on Mar 20:
- Gmail: Open to: email links directly in Chrome
- Docs: A centralized "Comments" menu
- Docs: See full names in document and presentation comments (instead of showing email addresses)
- Sites: Add custom Javascript and CSS to your Google Sites

Release track:
Scheduled

Editions included:
Google Apps, Google Apps for Business, Government and Education

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The following features are now available to domains following the Scheduled Release track:
- Contacts: Google Contacts integration with profiles and Google+ circles

- Presentations: New presentations editor is now the default editor, also has discussions just like in Docs

- Spreadsheets: Menu options are now supported in right-to-left languages

The following features are intended for release to these domains on Mar 12:
- Gmail: Open to: email links directly in Chrome

Release track:
Scheduled

Editions included:
Google Apps, Google Apps for Business, Government and Education

*Scheduled Release track: Domains with ‘Scheduled Release’ option enabled in the administrator control panel. Learn more.

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The following new features are now available:
- A centralized "Comments" menu*
- Better text search in PDFs and images
- Add custom Javascript and CSS to your Google Sites
- See full names in document and presentation comments (instead of showing email addresses)
- Use keyboard shortcuts for navigating between table cells in documents
- Cancel running scripts from the Google Apps Script editor
- Add donut charts and error bars in spreadsheets

Release track:
Rapid & Scheduled
* Rapid Only

Editions included:
Google Apps, Google Apps for Business, Government and Education

Languages included:
All languages supported

For more information:
http://googledocs.blogspot.com/2012/03/improved-discussions-search-scanned.html

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The user search box in the Google Apps control panel has received a speed boost, and you can now use search operators such as:

      This firstname operator query returns all accounts whose first name starts with "rob":
      firstname:rob

      This lastname operator query returns all accounts whose last name starts with "smith":
      lastname:smith

You can also combine search operators to further refine your search.

Editions included:
Google Apps, Google Apps for Business, Government and Education

Languages included:
US English only (Next Generation & Current release)

How to access what's new:
Log in to the administrator control panel and use the search box at the top of the page.

For more information:
http://support.google.com/a/bin/answer.py?hl=en&answer=33324

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