Google Classroom has been around for a few years now (since 2014, to be precise). However, the recent pandemic has accelerated the adoption of Classroom globally and pushed this service to more enterprise customers. Classroom has been traditionally used in educational institutions for teacher/student collaboration, but companies are now starting to use the platform for training employees and enabling their professional growth. Through native integrations with other services, such as Drive, YouTube, Slides, and Forms, Classroom allows content creators to make training sessions fun and interactive.
- Teachers: These users create classes, training material, and quizzes. They can grade answers and keep track of enrolled users' progress.
- Students: Those users who have enrolled in a course or class can access the material.
Google Classroom is bundled with Google Workspace...