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Google's Gmail set to get a major update

14 Avril 2018

Now there is news Google (NASDAQ: GOOGL) has been working on a new version of Gmail for the web.

Google Go‚ a new app that promises "a lighter‚ faster‚ way to search" has been launched to cater especially for Africans coming online with mobile phones as their primary and sometimes only internet device.

Fortunately, Android Authority and The Verge were able to acquire images of the new Gmail interface. "These changes will also be made available to users with personal Gmail accounts, so we want to make sure you're adequately prepared for questions from your G Suite users in advance of the public announcement". So, if you're super busy, just snooze the mail for a later time.

Beyond that, judging by screenshots sent to TechCrunch, Gmail users will be able to choose when the email expires and disappears into the ether.

The next weeks are going to be exciting as we look forward to what Google has in store for Gmail.

This week, Chartbeat provided more details about its research, saying news sites are far likelier to benefit from Chrome article suggestions than "evergreen" publishers, who publish how-to guides and other less-timely content. For example, the sidebar will be used to show Google Calendar, for easier scheduling, along with Google Keep, the company's notes and task manager.

On the recipient's side, the person was using the existing version of Gmail and received a link to view the confidential email.

Under this "Confidential Mode", users will reportedly need a passcode to open emails, which will be generated via SMS, similar to that of Microsoft's Outlook application.

Just as most smartphone cameras now allow users to focus on a single object among many, it may soon be possible to pick out individual voices in a crowd by suppressing all other sounds, thanks to a new Artificial Intelligence (AI) system developed by Google researchers.

The new app reduces the amount of data needed to display search results by 40% and allows previous searches to be accessed offline.

Stating the features of the App, Lolu Bodunwa, Product Marketing Manager, Sub Saharan Africa disclosed; "Google Go is less than five megabytes, 5MB in size, it employs data management and compression technology and as such uses 40% less data". The new look is set to become available to web users in the coming weeks after being tested inside Google for the time being.

Google's Gmail set to get a major update