But while the leaked screenshots showed numerous big changes in Gmail, info about a new feature that lets users send self-destructing emails is only starting to trickle out now.
Reportedly, Google delivered an email to G Suite administrators cautioning them about an upcoming advanced look for the Gmail.com soon. The majority of the site will look the same, including the same layout and the same three information density settings Gmail users see today.
Gmail will have a so-called Confidential Mode, a system created to secure the important emails that users send and that should not reach other mailboxes. The ability to enable email snooze mode: the selected letters will appear in "Incoming" in the selected time. This will thus help sort out the emails that lay the utmost importance for a given point of time.
"This is perhaps the most useful part of the redesign that makes it easier to schedule meetings, or see when you're free when replying to an email", adds The Verge. You can access your calendar directly from the Gmail interface.
Google is redesigning its Gmail web interface, which will begin rolling out in the coming weeks.
The Gmail overhaul, apart from a complete redesign, will also pack a handful of modern features you usually find on third-party clients. Outlook users will be mightily impressed with this new add-on, and this can become one of the reasons for their migration as well. The new design we received supports the claims of features like smart replies and email snoozing, and enables a sidebar of plugins that give you easy access to different Google apps like Calendar and Keep.
Google is set to host its annual developers conference on May 8 which is when it often unveils new software and services.
Gmail Go is available now and joins other Google Go apps like YouTube, Files and Chrome Go.
Tech giant Google has now rolled out a new "More Results" in Search for its mobile users.
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