To prevent invitations that may contain links to phishing and malware, Google is bringing its bold red warning banners to Chat.

On invitations sent by people with personal Google Accounts, the red banner, more precisely a bottom sheet, will show up. Both the desktop and mobile web clients for Chats let you Block or Accept messages.

This invitation is unsettling
Links to phishing sites that are well-known in this conversation may attempt to steal your personal information.
These alerts for questionable URLs are comparable to those seen in Gmail, Google Drive, and shortly, Docs, Sheets, and Slides.

When responding to emails sent from outside of your organization on Gmail, warning banners are shown. Now, as you add additional external receivers, Android caution flags are also shown. Admins can use AA2.

The following Google Chat cautionary banners will be introduced gradually starting today and entirely in the upcoming weeks:

All Google Workspace users can access it, as well as previous G Suite Basic and Business users. Users with personal Google Accounts may access this A BIT MORE ON GOOGLE CHAT: FTC: We employ automatically earning affiliate connections. More.

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