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Use The Side Panel In Google Apps To Multitask Like A Pro

The list of Google products available as a secondary app depends on the primary one being accessed—the most relevant services are most likely the ones featured. For example, Google Calendar’s side panel only showcases Google Keep, Tasks, Contacts and Maps because these apps let users plan trips more efficiently. And while Google Drive’s side panel only has Google Calendar, Keep and Tasks, a document’s side panel in Google Docs has quick access to Google Calendar, Keep, Tasks, Contacts and Maps.

Another limitation worth noting is that not all Google products will have side panel compatibility when launched as the main app on a web browser. To illustrate, if a user launches Google Keep, Contacts, Voice or Maps as the primary page onscreen, the side panel arrow will not be visible, so side-by-side Google app use will not be possible.

The side panel is not limited to only Google products, though. Users can get relevant add-ons for the Google service currently in use through Google Workspace Marketplace. For example, some of the third-party add-ons that can be installed to quickly make using Gmail a more productive experience include Zoom, Slack and Asana, to name a few. To install non-Google apps to the side panel of a Google product, click ‘Get Add-ons’ (+ icon) on the side panel. This will pull up Google Workplace Marketplace, where users can search for apps or scroll through suggested ones. Click on the desired app card and hit ‘Install.’ Click ‘Continue,’ choose the Google account to associate the app with, then ‘Allow.’ Click ‘Done’ to finish the process. An icon for the new app will now appear on the Google product’s side panel. To uninstall non-Google apps from the side panel, click on the app icon, hit the three-dot icon on the top-right corner of the side panel, then ‘Manage add-on.’ Next, click on the three-dot icon on the corner of the app to remove, hit ‘Uninstall,’ then ‘Uninstall App.’ The icon for the deleted third-party app will disappear from the Google product’s side panel.

Source: Gmail Help, Gmail, Calendar, Drive, Docs, Sheets, Slides


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Use The Side Panel In Google Apps To Multitask Like A Pro

The list of Google products available as a secondary app depends on the primary one being accessed—the most relevant services are most likely the ones featured. For example, Google Calendar’s side panel only showcases Google Keep, Tasks, Contacts and Maps because these apps let users plan trips more efficiently. And while Google Drive’s side panel only has Google Calendar, Keep and Tasks, a document’s side panel in Google Docs has quick access to Google Calendar, Keep, Tasks, Contacts and Maps.
Another limitation worth noting is that not all Google products will have side panel compatibility when launched as the main app on a web browser. To illustrate, if a user launches Google Keep, Contacts, Voice or Maps as the primary page onscreen, the side panel arrow will not be visible, so side-by-side Google app use will not be possible.

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The side panel is not limited to only Google products, though. Users can get relevant add-ons for the Google service currently in use through Google Workspace Marketplace. For example, some of the third-party add-ons that can be installed to quickly make using Gmail a more productive experience include Zoom, Slack and Asana, to name a few. To install non-Google apps to the side panel of a Google product, click ‘Get Add-ons’ (+ icon) on the side panel. This will pull up Google Workplace Marketplace, where users can search for apps or scroll through suggested ones. Click on the desired app card and hit ‘Install.’ Click ‘Continue,’ choose the Google account to associate the app with, then ‘Allow.’ Click ‘Done’ to finish the process. An icon for the new app will now appear on the Google product’s side panel. To uninstall non-Google apps from the side panel, click on the app icon, hit the three-dot icon on the top-right corner of the side panel, then ‘Manage add-on.’ Next, click on the three-dot icon on the corner of the app to remove, hit ‘Uninstall,’ then ‘Uninstall App.’ The icon for the deleted third-party app will disappear from the Google product’s side panel.

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Source: Gmail Help, Gmail, Calendar, Drive, Docs, Sheets, Slides

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Use The Side Panel In Google Apps To Multitask Like A Pro

The list of Google products available as a secondary app depends on the primary one being accessed—the most relevant services are most likely the ones featured. For example, Google Calendar’s side panel only showcases Google Keep, Tasks, Contacts and Maps because these apps let users plan trips more efficiently. And while Google Drive’s side panel only has Google Calendar, Keep and Tasks, a document’s side panel in Google Docs has quick access to Google Calendar, Keep, Tasks, Contacts and Maps.
Another limitation worth noting is that not all Google products will have side panel compatibility when launched as the main app on a web browser. To illustrate, if a user launches Google Keep, Contacts, Voice or Maps as the primary page onscreen, the side panel arrow will not be visible, so side-by-side Google app use will not be possible.

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The side panel is not limited to only Google products, though. Users can get relevant add-ons for the Google service currently in use through Google Workspace Marketplace. For example, some of the third-party add-ons that can be installed to quickly make using Gmail a more productive experience include Zoom, Slack and Asana, to name a few. To install non-Google apps to the side panel of a Google product, click ‘Get Add-ons’ (+ icon) on the side panel. This will pull up Google Workplace Marketplace, where users can search for apps or scroll through suggested ones. Click on the desired app card and hit ‘Install.’ Click ‘Continue,’ choose the Google account to associate the app with, then ‘Allow.’ Click ‘Done’ to finish the process. An icon for the new app will now appear on the Google product’s side panel. To uninstall non-Google apps from the side panel, click on the app icon, hit the three-dot icon on the top-right corner of the side panel, then ‘Manage add-on.’ Next, click on the three-dot icon on the corner of the app to remove, hit ‘Uninstall,’ then ‘Uninstall App.’ The icon for the deleted third-party app will disappear from the Google product’s side panel.

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Source: Gmail Help, Gmail, Calendar, Drive, Docs, Sheets, Slides

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