The significant update to Android 13 for Work Profiles adds features like NFC and Pixel dictation.

The Work Profile experience for end users and the Android Enterprise management experience for IT administrators have both seen pretty significant updates in Android 13 brings .

Android divides personal and business apps, as well as data and use, when a Work Profile is enabled. You’ll get two instances of several applications, including as Gmail, Calendar, and Google Drive, in the app drawer.

For Work Profiles, Android 13 offers a more user-friendly interface, increased productivity, and additional cross-device features. Depending on where an app is installed, employees can choose to open it in either their personal or work profile. When sharing photos with an application, users can alternate between personal and professional photo galleries. Additionally:

They can choose to view that content via their browser if they’d prefer to keep work-related content out of their personal apps, for example, so a training video for work on YouTube won’t effect their personal watchlist.

In work profile apps on Pixel devices, smart dictation is now enabled, with dictation recommendations (such corporate language) separated out from personal discussions. Work apps and profiles on Android 13 can use NFC for tap-to-pay and digital access badges, respectively. You’ll soon be able to use Phone Hub on a company Chromebook to respond to and view work messages, notifications, and photographs on mobile devices.

Employees will be able to control device security and privacy settings, read business policies that have been applied to the device, and view device data that has been shared with IT administrators through a central portal.

In the near future, Android 13 will get a Lost Mode that will let IT administrators lock down and find corporate-owned devices, bar unwanted access, and show company contact information on the device’s screen. Stay Private on Work Wi-Fi is a new function that will be available soon.

will automatically encrypt and route network traffic for personal profiles while workers are using workplace Wi-Fi, significantly enhancing employee privacy. The Android Management API will make both functions accessible.

Additionally, administrators have more control over Wi-Fi for tethering, Wi-Fi Direct, and security logs on devices (including Bluetooth and password activities). Finally, since the Android Management API can now handle user settings and device provisioning, Android 13 enables Google to provide all new features and management capabilities more often.

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