Google has launched a work tracking, task management, and automation tool tool called Tables. Tables, currently in beta, was built by Area 120, Google’s in-house incubator for experimental projects.
Tables helps teams track work and automate tasks to save time and better collaboration—without any coding required, says Tim Gleason, general manager of Tables, in a blog post.
Among the features of Tables, are bots. With bots, teams can schedule recurring email reminders, message a chat room, or move a task to someone else’s work queue, says Google.
The Table is offered in both a free and a paid tier ($10/month/user) versions.
Tables, with other teams at Google, is investing in automation.
You can read the Google Table blog post here.
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