If you use Google Apps, I am sure you know the service is usually behind when it comes to receiving new features that have already rolled out to regular users. Today is no different, because the Google Apps team announced on the Google Apps Blog this evening a few new, but small, features inside of Gmail.

First off, users can now share YouTube videos and inline images inside of Gmail with just one click, which is definitely a useful feature. This saves time when composing a quick email and makes it easier to view the media.

A feature that we have enjoyed on the consumer version of Gmail is also coming, which is the ability to add Google Plus users to circles directly from Gmail messages. You are usually emailing co-workers and friends throughout the day anyway, so it makes sense to be able to add them quickly to your Circles for organization on Google+.

Lastly, Apps will now feature a new People Widget in the upper-right hand corner that will show the last three images a contact has sent. This is an awesome feature, because it gives you a full breakdown on exactly whom you are talking to, including the ability to catch up with them on Google+.

Google said in its blog post that the new features are set to roll out to Apps users quickly over the next few days.

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