The Google My Organization cell app for iOS and Android no longer lets you to control your organization profile, talk with clients or see insights. Now when you check out to access it, the application suggests “the Google My Company application is no longer accessible.”
Screenshot. Below is a screenshot I took of the app monitor from my Iphone:
Anticipated. This was anticipated, when Google rebranded from Google My Enterprise to Google Company Profile very last November, Google instructed us then that Google will retire the Google My Enterprise app totally in 2022. That working day has formally appear.
Now what. Google is telling you to deal with your Google Organization Profile in the Google Maps app or in Google Look for. Google reported you can deal with your Company profile, view your functionality, and connect with buyers straight on Google Maps and Search. You can also get notifications right from the Google Maps app, so make confident to set up that Google Maps and log in with your Business enterprise Profile.
E-mail. Google also emailed organizations late final night stating “beginning July 2022, the Google My Company cell app will no for a longer period be accessible, and the Google Maps app will be the greatest spot for replying to shopper messages on cell. Convert on your notifications to be certain you are notified by email and Google Maps force notifications for new incoming messages. You can also answer to messages from your Enterprise Profile on Google Look for.”
Right here is a screenshot of the e mail I been given:
Why we care. If you were being accustomed to making use of the Google My Organization application to talk with prospects, modify your business listing, look at overall performance, and a lot more – then you will require to switch to utilizing the Google Maps application or Google Lookup. Again, Google has advised us this adjust is coming and even emailed us a couple of situations that this was going to take place shortly. And it has – the Google My Enterprise application is no for a longer time.
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