Every month Google adds new features to G Suite. Some features only matter to administrators and some features only matter to business users. The complete list of new features is always available on the G Suite Updates blog. If you don’t want to scroll through that blog, here’s a summary of the new features that could matter to teachers and students. Add a table of contents to Google Sites. This only applies to the new version of Google Sites. It could be useful to those Google Sites users who have dozens of pages in their sites. Improved access to the G Suite accessibility settings. I covered this announcement here. A new right-click menu in Gmail. I wrote about this update here. The side access panel that you see in Google Docs now appears in Google Drive too. This is a small, but convenient update that makes it easier to access Google Keep, Calendar, and Tasks. New grammar and spelling check options are being added to Google Docs. Currently, these new options are only available to users whose domains are participating in the beta test. Jamboard has an updated UI. The update doesn’t change the functions of Jamboard, just the appearance of Jamboard.