We’re updating the Google bar to feature your brand. Along with some small changes to the bar’s look and feel, we’ll soon show your domain’s logo next to a user’s picture (or initials or avatar) at the top of many G Suite services, like Calendar and Drive.
You can add an image for your organization in the Admin console at Company profile > Personalization; until you’ve done so, we’ll show the G Suite logo instead.
Note that this will roll out across G Suite services slowly, so you may not see it in all of your apps for some time.
Google Workspace release calendar
Click on calendar events for details about a new update, release, or training resource, and learn more on the Google Workspace Updates blog. Exactly when features become available to your users depends on your release track. For a full list of past launches, including those not announced on the blog, check out the “What’s new in Google Workspace?” Help Center article.
What the colors mean
When we release a new Google Workspace feature, update, or training resource, we announce it on our Google Workspace release calendar. Each event’s color identifies the type of release, as follows:
Rapid Release feature launch
Products and features launching to Google Workspace domains on the Rapid Release track.
Scheduled Release feature launch
Products and features launching to Google Workspace domains on the Scheduled Release track.
Training or resource launch
New documentation and training resources now available to users or Google Workspace admins. These include training videos, deployment guides, change management resources, and more.
Deprecation notifications, pre-announcements, newly available newsletters, and other launches outside of the categories described above.
Note: To help Google Workspace admins with testing and change management for new features, web launches to the Scheduled release track for Gmail, Google Calendar, Google Drive (including Google Docs, Sheets, and Slides), Google Groups, and Google Sites are delayed for at least one week following the launch to the Rapid release track. No mobile launches or launches for other services or labs are included in this process. Google makes every effort to follow this process, but can’t guarantee it will at all times.