Gmail, one of the world’s most famous email service, has launched a new design. The new design has been rolled out to all the Gmail users. Gmail has come up with some special features like:
Here the sender can set an expiration date for a confidential email. The email will be auto-expired for the recipient with a two-factor authentication by sending a code separately. You can even revoke or un-send an email. The recipients are prevented from downloading or forwarding the content of such emails but however, they can’t be prevented from copy-pasting the content or taking a screenshot.
They have created a new menu in the toolbars where you can Archive, Delete, Mark As Read or snooze an email without opening it. You can even hover the email to view the Archive, Delete, Mark As Read and Snooze options on the right side. Snooze is a new option where you can choose from the suggestion or your own time.
Marketplace for GSuite
A plus icon will be available on the task bar which will allow you to add a bunch of apps to your taskbar. This may help the Gsuite organization.
Overview the Attachments
Now you don’t have to open the emails to view the attached files instead, it will be displayed below the subject line. This, however, makes only a few emails to be listed out in the inbox. If you like it to be visible you can click on Setting -> Display Density and choose as per your choice.
Predefined instant template replies are good on mobiles. Now Gmail has brought it up to web also.
Tasks & Panels
Google has launched a new mobile app Google Tasks for both iOS and Android. This is also in web Gmail on the right side taskbar so as to quickly add calendar, to-do and tasks. An email can just be dragged and dropped on the taskbar to add a calendar reminder in which you can edit the title and select the date to be reminded.
To start using the new Gmail click on the Setting and try the new Gmail. The new Gmail may not be available for all of us as it is rolling out to everyone, so it may take some time.
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