Google today released a new tool for business users called "Google Cloud Search" that allows business users to search for G Suite products including Drive, Gmail, Sites, Calendar, Docs and Contacts. The service, which had previously been tested as a limited preview version, was known as Springboard, a tool for business users alike to Google Now.
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Springboard, officially launched after the name Cloud Search, for those who need different teams and individuals to access different files designed for large enterprises. Search services follow file sharing permissions, so users can only access their available content, including corporate resources such as policy manuals, team projects, and staff-only documents.
In addition to displaying directories, Cloud Search can also be used as a directory service, allowing users to find colleagues' contact information and view shared calendar entries and files. After viewing the contact information in the search structure, the user is able to send messages, calls, or hangouts to the target user.
The official description of Google Cloud Search is as follows
Search your company's G Suite content with Google's powerful search capabilities. Whether it's about Gmail and Drive, as well as products, services, such as Docs, Sheets, Slides, Calendars, Google Cloud Search can provide answers and suggestions and help you around the clock.