G Suite

G Suite

Business Tools / Collaboration / Productivity Suite
Product Manager at StackShare·

We are highly dependent on G Suite for all our collaboration and productivity needs, from Gmail and Calendar to Sheets and Docs. While it may not be as robust as Microsoft's offerings in those areas, it's totally cloud-based, we've never had any downtime issues and it integrates well with our other tools like Slack. We write and collaborate on all our specs/PRDs in Docs, share analyses via Sheets and handle our meetings via Calendar. #StackDecisionsLaunch #ProductivitySuite #Collaboration #DocumentCollaboration

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Yaron Lavi
Yaron Lavi
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April 21st 2020 at 7:31AM

All is correct but the Gmail client which is still horrible, and by no way compare to Outlook. Still, we have made the same decision - the client-less model was the key issue for us.

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Hi! I am trying to decide between using Calendly or Meetingbird for my consultancy. I would like to connect 3/4 calendars (via Gmail / G Suite) and primarily use Zoom as my connection platform. I'd love to hear about what others use and your recommendations/points to consider. TIA!

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Principle Software Enginner ·
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Calendly

There’s a new tool that’s currently In beta called Mightycal you may want to take a look at. https://mightycal.com/

I have used Calendly before and it works fine. It does it’s job but not much more.

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Hello everyone! I'm considering switching from Microsoft Office 365 to G Suite because Office has just gotten too expensive with the paid subscription. I know that G Suite is free but is it as good as Microsoft Office?

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