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You can add italics and other formatting much as in Google Talk and Google Docs comments. Need to correct something and want to strike out a word? Then, to add emoji to your Hangouts Chat messages, type a: Hangouts will start filtering through the emoji options; when you find the one you want, press Enter to add it to your message or just type its full name and add a colon on the other end.
Mentioning people in your message works like Google Docs comments and Slack: Hangouts Chat will start filtering through the names of people in your company, with those in this room on the top and others you could invite on the bottom. Press Enter to select the person you want.
Sharing stuff is easy too. Paste links in a new conversation or reply box, and most of the time Hangouts Chat will automatically show a preview of the image or a description of the article you shared. Ever need to edit a message? They can help you book meetings, find flights, poll your team, check your calendar, request time off, and much more—and are more interactive and powerful than bots in many other chat apps. In Hangouts Chat, you can add bots to a specific room, or you can chat with them directly on your own.
To find bots, click the Find Rooms button in the top left corner, then select Message a Bot. That will show a number of popular bots where you can search through them. Select one to message it privately.
Chatting privately with a bot is a great way to get work done in other apps while you're using Hangouts Chat. The Kayak bot lets you ask about flights for an upcoming trip in real language, and it mostly gets things right. You can ask it to check your Google Calendar or book a meeting with someone else on your team.
The bot will then typically give you a quick description of how to use it, then will be ready whenever your team wants to mention it. Say you want to poll your team about what to eat for lunch. Or, liven things up with a GIF by replying giphy fireworks. You can build your own Hangouts Chat botstoo—or, for an easier option, you can add webhooks integrations to any room. Webhooks are a way to get notifications from many web apps, so you can use them to update your room when you get a new sale, close a deal, start a new project, and more.
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Hangouts Chat will then give you a unique webhooks URL for your chat room. Copy that and add the link to another app like Zapier to send notifications into your Hangouts Chat room. Hangouts Chat is unique from most team chat apps in that its rooms are private—you have to be invited to them in order to start chatting.
That keeps things focused, though it also might mean you need to ask others to add you to rooms when you join a project. Or, if you're the one starting a project, you can make your own room.
Hangouts Chat will then ask you to add people to your new room. Select anyone you want—or type their name or email to search through the list. You can add bots at the same time, to bring your favorite apps into the conversation, too.
Ever need to add more people? Just mention them in a chat message, and Hangouts Chat will offer to invite them to the room. Tap the correct meeting, then join the video call much as you would for a standard Hangouts video. For now, Google Calendar includes a standard Hangouts link that'll open at hangouts. If your colleagues click that link, they'll join the call using the old Hangouts—and they'll join in your Meet call just the same.
They're each just different interfaces for the same video call service.
Meet keeps the focus on your call, with no text chat to distract Unlike Google Hangouts' often dark interface, Meet puts its tools in a bright white toolbar. You can turn off your camera, mute your mic, or share your screen—and you can see each call participant on the right side of your screen. Much like Hangouts, the video of the person who's currently talking will be shown in the main part of your window. If you want to share your screen, Meet will let you share your full desktop or choose one app to share.
Its window selector reminds us of Zoom—and it's actually part of the webpage, even though it looks like a separate window. Google Meet worked well in our tests—much the same as traditional Hangouts. Its only problem is is the same: It drains your battery and kicks in your laptop's fans on longer calls. If your video's running slow, you can switch from the default p stream to p video. Or you can switch to the traditional Hangouts interface if you'd like—just tap the menu button on the right, and select Hangouts to switch apps without quitting the call.
Meet's a simplified version of traditional Hangouts video chat, still one of the best ways to jump on a call with your team. It's Chrome-only for now—but you can still use Hangouts' mobile apps to join Meet calls. Google Hangouts Chat at the easy-to-remember chat. It's a brand-new team chat app from Google, one that's most similar to apps like Slack and HipChat than anything Google has released so far. And it's included with all G Suite accounts.
Hangouts Chat is focused on ongoing conversations between teams in your company. You'll make groups that are focused on the team you invite to chat.
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Everything's organized into conversations. Instead of posting new chat messages as followups to things posted earlier, you'll reply directly to older conversations or start new conversations when you have something new to talk about.
Or you can message individuals for one-to-one chats inside your company. It's also deeply integrated with the rest of G Suite, so you can share documents and manage appointments right from chat. Share a Google Docs document, say, and Hangouts Chat will automatically update its sharing settings to make sure everyone in your team can view that document. Then when you search for older things your team has talked about, you can filter search by Google Docs, Slides, or Sheets to find specific documents you've shared.
Along with focused conversations, Hangouts Chat helps you keep from being distracted with customizable notifications. You can choose which conversations you want notified about, and whether you'd like to get mobile or email notifications.
Perhaps most exciting is Google Hangouts Chat's built-in integrations and bots. It comes with a built in meet bot which, similar to Google Assistant, will help you find appointments and other info from your Google account. You can browse through a wide range of bots that come with Hangouts Chat today, including one from Kayak that helps you find flights right from chat. And you can chat privately with bots or add them to rooms to get more done right from chat. Then, with integrations from apps like QuickBooks, Box, and Zapieryou can send notifications about new data into your team chat and build your own bots without coding.
Over Google's history, the company has launched over a dozen voice and text chat apps.
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Google Talk and Wave are long gone, but with the new Meet and Chat apps, the search giant still supports a half-dozen chat apps. It's not certain which apps will still be around years from now—but today, its business chat apps are focused on Hangouts, while its consumer chat efforts are focused on a new Google Chat app. Which of Google's chat apps should you use? Here's a quick guide to what each app offers: Google Allo for chatting with your friends Allo combines a couple of Google's current focuses.
It's a fun chat app designed to take on Facebook's Messenger and Apple's iMessage, with stickers, suggested replies, and built-in drawing tools. You can chat individually with friends—as long as they're using the Allo app as well—or can create a group with up to people.
The biggest reason to try it out today, though, is for Google Assistant. A chatbot powered by a similar AI to the one in the Google Now voice assistant, Google Assistant can find travel details from your email, lookup plane ticket info, and tell you a joke. It's a Siri you don't have to talk to. Allo's not Google's main focus today, with the team shifted to work on the upcoming Google Chat app, but if your friends all use Allo, it can still be a great chat app for personal conversations.
Or want Hangouts video chat without all the extra features?