Google keeps rolling out new updates across the globe every now and then to let users use its platform with much ease. Tech company Google said that it has updated its Dashboard platform from the ground up— meaning a whole new revamped and redesigned version of its Dashboard has been built from the scratch. The image of company’s new dashboard, which it has released, looks more user-friendly. The company is integrating My Account and My Activity services into Dashboard.
Google is now integrating ‘My Account’ and ‘My Activity’ services into Dashboard. At the top of the Dashboard, it says “See and manage the data in your Google account” with many famous Google services listed below starting with Gmail. The company launched dashboard in 2009 with an aim to let users view all their accounts activities in one place. In simple terms, you could see how many emails you have in your Gmail account or how many photos have uploaded to Photos at a single place.
The new updated Dashboard UI will work better in smartphones and tabs as well.
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Google said in a post,
“Today, we’re announcing a refresh of the Google Dashboard, one of the first places people visit to see the products they use and the data associated with them.”
“As we built new tools like My Account and My Activity, it became clear that we needed to better integrate Dashboard into our other privacy controls. It should always be easy for you to make meaningful decisions about your data—and we decided we could do better.”
Furthermore, the company said that it will release this updated version of Dashboard across the globe in the next week.