After the podcast was cut, another Google app announced the end of its life cycle at the end of the year, according to IT House on September 29.
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Google said it would provide support for users to transition to other whiteboard tools, including FigJam, Lucidspark and Miro. In addition, Google will introduce new whiteboard solutions to Avocor's Series One Board 65 and Desk 27 devices.
All Jamboard device license subscriptions, including education licenses, will expire on September 30, 2024. Jamboard will become a read-only application on October 1, 2024, and users will no longer be able to create new or edit old Jam on any platform. On December 31, 2024, Google will cut off access and begin permanently deleting files.
The administrator of the affected Google Workspace customer will receive more detailed information and instructions via email.
According to a previous report from IT House, Google Podcast has announced that it will stop using it sometime in 2024. Some of these services will be transferred to YouTube Music podcasts and updated.
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