Good news for individual Google Workspace users. Storage increases from 15 GB to 1 TB at no additional cost.
Google offers very interesting web services for everyone. With Gmail and all associated services – Drive, Docs, etc. -, it is possible to do a lot, always on the web. But we can find each other quite quickly running out of storage if you handle a lot of files, emails with large attachments and/or large files on Drive.
Good news for individual Google Workspace users
Google has good news for users who benefit from the individual Workspace plan. Those who take advantage of the service, such as entrepreneurs and other freelancers, will soon be entitled to a more than significant increase in the storage allocated to their account. This will go from 15 GB to 1 TB at no additional cost. Most affected users on Workspace will no longer have to worry about running out of storage in Gmail or Drive.
Storage increases from 15 GB to 1 TB at no additional cost
Until now, Google only offered individual Workspace users the same amount of storage that one gets with a free Gmail account. To improve this capacity, more had to be purchased through Google One. The Mountain View company explains that the users concerned will not have to do anything to take advantage of this increase, everything will be done automatically in the days / weeks to come.
For the rest, know that there are more options for those who send emails to several people via the multiple sending mode. You can also use dedicated tags, like @firstname, to personalize your mailings. This could be useful, even if the individual Workspace plan does not (yet) include support for personalized email addresses. Additionally, Google is currently rolling out its individual Workspace offering to more countries: Philippines, Vietnam, Indonesia, Malaysia, Taiwan, Thailand, Netherlands, Portugal, Belgium, Finland, Greece, and Argentina.