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Cloud Print feature to join Google Graveyard in 2020

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Ever heard of Google Graveyard?, a place for lost Google product. Google is shutting down its Cloud Print feature in 2020. If it not so clear to you about Google Graveyard is a collection of closed apps and tools for Google, this is where all the deactivated tools and websites are dumped. The Cloud Print feature which allows ease printing from the web is shutting down 31st December 2020.


Google has announced that the Cloud Print feature that lets you print things from the web using Cloud Print will end on December 31st, 2020, the day it prints finally.

While the announcement was made, some user lamented that shutting down the Google Cloud Print was a bad idea, and it has saved them from manual printing. One of the users from Twitter said that everything truly useful from Google seems to be shut down, eventually. Earlier today, I was (still) lamenting the loss of Google Reader. And now Cloud Print has joined.

Google recommends using the printing experience that’s backed into Chrome OS or, if you’re on a different OS, using “the respective platform’s native printing infrastructure.”

User doesn't want Google Cloud Print to go, apart from that it said to be very useful why doing it with ease. While the mourning and overseeing deaths of Google Cloud Print, it uncertain why Google is shutting down the Cloud Print feature. Although they thought as much to inform them more than a year’s notice before it shuts off the service for good.

The Google Cloud Print will soon be joining Google Graveyard, except other wise stated. Some of the latest Google product that has joined Google Graveyard include Google+, chat app Allo, and email app Inbox.

The Google Hire will also be joining Google Graveyard by September 1st, 2020. Google shutting down Google Hire, a G Suite tool built for recruiters at small and mid-sized companies, on September 1st, 2020.