Google Docs and Sheets apps get new icons as part of workspace revamp
Google Workspace is now rolling out new icons for Docs and Sheets as part of a review that was announced earlier this month. The new icons are now in the form of a full page, with a white background around it. The new design comes with version 1.20.422.01. Google has changed the name of G Suite to Google Workspace, with the goal of making it a single place for all productivity applications.
You have already rolled out updated icons for the Google Meet, Google Chat, and Gmail apps. The design update was the first stained by 9to5Google. As part of the change, the mark in the upper right corner now appears darker. When viewed up close, you will notice that the Documents icon has one less line of text / row and the Sheets icon has two fewer cells compared to previous versions. Also, the icons are now in the shape of a full page and a white background. The post says that “applications have adopted the new design with version 1.20.422.01”.
As mentioned, the update is part of Google strategy to provide a new user experience. That renowned G Suite like Google workspace and brought together tools like chat, email, voice, and video calls in one unified place. Previously, Google said that users could create and collaborate on a document with guests in a chat room. He said the company will also launch Meet Picture-in-Picture for Documents, Spreadsheets and Presentations. Google Workspace has already been rolled out for business customers and will be available to other consumers in the coming months.