Google has announced that it is increasing the number of members users can add to a space in Google Chat to 50,000.

Earlier, only 8,000 members were allowed in Chat spaces, the company said in a Workspace Updates blog post on Tuesday.

“This update is especially impactful for company-wide announcements, event-oriented spaces, large communities within companies, and support-related spaces.”

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With the new feature, the company aims to not only help increase connectivity and a sense of belonging but also create broader and more thriving communities within the organizations.

Moreover, the tech giant introduced the ability to easily search for members within a space.

“If a member is present, you can change their role and if a member is not present, you can add the member to the space,” it added.

The features do not have admin control and are available to all Google Workspace customers.

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