Individual Google Workspace plans jump from 15 GB to 1 TB of storage

Google has good news for people who have an individual Workspace subscription. Those who use the service, such as freelancers and entrepreneurs, will soon receive a significant storage upgrade from 15GB to 1TB at no extra cost. Most individual Workspace users no longer have to worry about running out of storage space in Gmail and Drive.

Until now, Google Workspace only offered individual users the same amount of storage that you would get with a free Gmail account. To increase that capacity, you need to buy more storage space through Google One. Google says users don’t need to do anything as it will upgrade their storage automatically.

Elsewhere, there are more options for those who send emails to multiple people using the multi-send mode. You can use mail merge tags, such as @firstname, to personalize these email blasts. That can be useful, even if the individual Workspace subscription doesn’t yet support custom email addresses. In addition, Google is bringing the individual Workspace subscription to the Philippines, Vietnam, Indonesia, Malaysia, Taiwan, Thailand, Netherlands, Portugal, Belgium, Finland, Greece, and Argentina.

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