Android/iOS/Web: Today, Google announced a brand new tool called Spaces that allows multiple users to create a shared workspace for projects. It allows you to grab photos, videos and links while discussing a topic all in one place. The service is rolling out right now for Android, iOS and web users. Google suggests that Spaces would be useful for when you need to have a discussion about a certain topic with a group of people and want to make sure it stays on task. You can also collect stuff from around the web to store in each Space. It seems to be a halfway point between Evernote and a group chat. We'll know more about how it works once it rolls out to everyone.
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