Tables is Google’s new tool for organizing work

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A new tool designed to promote Cooperation in the era of intelligent work comes from Google’s Area 120 incubator: tables. Dealing with streamlining your team member-managed workflow through automation.

Google Area 120: tables to organize work

The tool is designed, among other things, to detect the progress of a project without any manual intervention, send reminders on the due date if necessary, reassign tasks based on availability or bring to everyone’s attention an issue that requires urgent attention This is the comment from Tim Gleason, general manager working on the product, which explains quite clearly where the need for a service like Tables comes from.

I’ve been in the tech industry for a long time, and I’ve been with Google for ten years. During my working life I have always encountered difficulties in monitoring projects. Our teams have collected often outdated notes and documents. We found ourselves having to manually synchronize information. I spent a lot of time coordinating team members to prioritize operations. I spent more checking work than not working.

Obviously, full integration with the productivity tools made available by Google, starting with those of the G Suite family , but also contacts and groups (only renewed in the interface ). Soft compatibility .

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