Gmail Tables: Inserting Tables in Gmail
I am sure, we have all faced difficulties in inserting tables in Gmail. So clumsy and unpredictable! Here is an extension which allows you to insert tables seamlessly into Gmail. It is an extension called (you guessed it right) ‘Gmail Tables’ by CloudHQ.
 
Installation of the extension is a breeze—just search Google for Gmail Tables Chrome Extension and install it. Once installed, it will sit as a small tiny icon next to your send button in your compose window. Click on it and a menu to create a table will pop up, allowing you to create tables of all sizes, create headers, padding and much more. 
 
Apart from the ability to create tables, the extension also allows you to add buttons for which you can embed the links of your choice. This is really cool and can be used in a variety of business and personal mails.
 
So go ahead and create tables in Gmail—have fun!
 
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    Australia wants Facebook, Google to pay news media for using their content
    The government has ordered the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) to develop a mandatory code of conduct for Facebook and Google that will force the tech giants to pay media companies for using their content.
     
    According to a report in ABC News on Monday, the competition watchdog has been tasked with creating a "lever-playing fiend" for the traditional news media which is currently bearing the brunt of coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic like elsewhere in the world.
     
    While Treasurer Josh Frydenberg said "it's only fair that those who generate content get paid for it," the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission told the government it was "unlikely" digital giants would reach a voluntary agreement over the issue of payment.
     
    A draft mandatory code is scheduled to be released for consultation by July end.
     
    The mandatory code of conduct "will cover issues including the sharing of data, ranking of news content online and the sharing of revenue generated from news".
     
    It will be enforced through penalties and sanctions and will include a binding dispute resolution process.
     
    "Australia needs a strong and sustainable news media ecosystem and the government recognises the importance of public interest journalism," Communications Minister Paul Fletcher was quoted as saying.
     
    In a statement to The Verge, a spokesperson for Facebook Australia and New Zealand said that the company was "disappointed" by the Australian government's announcement. 
     
    "COVID-19 has impacted every business and industry across the country, including publishers, which is why we announced a new, global investment to support news organizations at a time when advertising revenue is declining," the Facebook spokesperson said.
     
    Facebook has pledged to invest an additional $100 million to support journalists at a time when ad revenues are declining due to the economic impact of the new coronavirus.
     
    "We believe that strong innovation and more transparency around the distribution of news content is critical to building a sustainable news ecosystem," the company spokesperson added.
     
    A Google spokesperson said: "We have sought to work constructively with industry, the ACCC and government to develop a Code of Conduct, and we will continue to do so in the revised process set out by the government today".
     
    It is not that tech giants are not affected by the pandemic.
    The novel coron77avirus pandemic can wipe out more than $44 billion in global ad revenue for the tech giants Facebook and Google in 2020 as digital advertising runs dry.
     
    According to global investment bank and financial services company Cowen & Co, Google's total net revenue is projected to be about $127.5 billion -- down $28.6 billion.
     
    Facebook's ad revenue for 2020 is forecast at $67.8 billion - a decrease of $15.7 billion.
     
    Disclaimer: Information, facts or opinions expressed in this news article are presented as sourced from IANS and do not reflect views of Moneylife and hence Moneylife is not responsible or liable for the same. As a source and news provider, IANS is responsible for accuracy, completeness, suitability and validity of any information in this article.
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    raaajan03

    2 months ago

    Both Google and Facebook make huge revenues from India and for Facebook India has the largest number of users. Both of them have done nothing forIndia and Indian economy. Wonder why GOI is not doing something similar like Australia

    Zoom app not safe, avoid for official use: Govt warns
    The well-known Zoom video conferencing app for meetings is not a safe platform, the Cyber Coordination Centre (CCC) of the Ministry of Home Affairs has warned in an advisory issued last week.
     
    In the advisory, issued on April 12, it is mentioned that "secure use of Zoom meeting platform is for private individuals and not for use of government offices or official purposes". The government said that CERT-In on the same lines had been informed on February 6 and March 30 this year clarifying that "Zoom is not a safe platform".
     
    In a set of guidelines for the safety of private users, the CCC division of the MHA mentioned that "those private individuals who still would like to use Zoom for private purposes" should follow certain guidelines like prevention of unauthorised entry in conference room and unauthorised participants to carry out malicious activity on terminals of others in the conference. The advisory also suggested to "avoid 'DOS' attacks by restricting users through passwords and access grant".
     
    Zoom app has apparently become a favourite and famous tool among people during the lockdown and it is being used by schools and many private players. "Most of the settings can be done by logging into users zoom account at website, or installed application at PC/Laptop/Phone and also during conduct of conference," the guidelines from MHA mentions.
     
    Officials in the Home Ministry told IANS that the app has some specific weaknesses so it is necessary to avoid its use for official purposes as it can encrypt meeting data.
     
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